CyberSolutions: Windows Experience Index (WEI) Score In Windows 8.1

Monday, June 8, 2015

Windows Experience Index (WEI) Score In Windows 8.1

Windows Experience Index (WEI), one of the hundreds of features introduced with Windows Vista, is designed to help you better understand your computer’s capabilities. It scans your computer hardware and assigns it a score after running a number of tests. These ratings help users in purchasing software and games.




There is no perfect workaround to add WEI to Computer Properties. However, since Microsoft hasn’t completely removed this feature from Windows 8.1, there is a way to check WEI score.

Follow the given below instructions to check WEI score in Windows 8.1 or higher:

Step 1: Sign-in to your account and navigate to the following folder:

%WINDIR%\Performance\WinSAT\DataStore

Step 2: Locate the file titled Formal.Assessment (Initial).WinSAT and double-click on the file (if you have multiple files, please open the latest one) to open up the XML file in your default web browser.




Step 3: Once the file is opened in the web browser, you can view the date on which the file was generated, and also the score for your hardware, such as system score (base score), memory score (RAM score), CPU score, graphics score, disk score, and gaming score (gaming graphics).





If above too complex you can use my System Monitor II gadget to do all of these.

Download The Software From : Here

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