If you ever have trouble with your smart phone or your X-Box, make sure you have a first grader close by to help you out with it.

According to Daily Mail, a new study has confirmed what you knew deep down . . . the average six-year-old now knows more about technology than the average 45-year-old.

Overall, 14 and 15-year-olds are the most confident about new technology and understanding what it does, why you need it, and how to set it up.

And that makes sense, they were born around the year 2000, so they don't really remember a world before iPhones, DVRs, and high speed Internet.

The study also found the average adult between 18 and 45 knows slightly more than a six-year-old, but less than a teenager.