I had an interview with a company for a tech support position and they asked strange technical questions. e.g. "what are practical differences between OS X and Windows" and "someone calls and says the network isn't working. what do you do?" and no other context was given. (these are strange questions as 1. people usually interact with apps, not the OS itself 2. this is the initial interview and I know nothing of their network so I can't answer a general question like "how do you fix it when something is wrong?")
I just heard back from the recruiter I wasn't given the job because I don't have enough technical experience. This really is ridiculous, they didn't ask any other questions and can't know my technical experience by "what's the difference between OS X and Windows?"
I don't mean to brag but I've worked for fortune 500 companies before with enterprise level applications (e.g. vSphere, BlueMix etc) and I find it a bit incorrect saying I don't have enough technical background.
Should I say anything to the recruiter or not use the recruiter?