Sometimes I am wondering myself how I can tolerate so much noob questions...
No, seriously.. Certainly not because they are "too easy" those questions are downvoted, but because they are not well researched. Hover over the downvote button, and it will say:
This question does not show any research effort; it is unclear or not useful
This does not only mean the topic you ask about itself. Before asking any kind of question, you should read the help center about what is ontopic and what is offtopic. If unsure, there is the chat.
Remember that the sites goal is to collect knowledge in the Q&A format, and not to help people fulfill their deadlines, so take your time to do a good question.
I have written a few more words about it in this stackoverflow question: How to ask a good question when I'm not sure what I'm looking for? which is kinda similar and should contain good info for you.
In short: show your research effort. Tell us what you looked for, and when you don't know the search term. Sometimes it might even be useful to instead of asking for the solution, to tell that you look for it, but ask for the proper terms instead. Present us the information you have in a good concise way. Leave out the fluff. We are not interested that you are building a toy for your niece, show the schematics, that is what counts. If unsure, better add a bit more information. If yet unsure, ask what more information is necessary. Do not just accept that it is necessary, understand why it is necessary. Also do not start at learning to fly, learn to walk first.
And learn from mistakes. Once you get downvoted, don't take it personally and run away because everyone hates you. Figure out why it was downvoted. Find out what you could have done better. Improve the question based on feedback (if it is possible). Don't worry if it still has some downvotes after that.
Also look at other questions. Try to understand why questions are downvoted and avoid making the same mistake.
Nobody is useless, they can always serve as a bad example.