How to check the Windows Experience Index (WEI) in Windows 8.1
Last Update: January 19, 2015
From now on is quite simple, just install ChrisPC Win Experience Index software and you will get back the Windows interface that you are already familiar from Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Launch ChrisPC WEI, click on Rate this computer button and wait while your computer is beeing tested by the Windows System Assessment Tool - WinSAT.
You wonder what gaming or graphical processing power unleashes your PC/Laptop hardware? Just get the Windows indexing scores calculated by Windows using ChrisPC Win Experience Index.
Totally convenient, ChrisPC Win Experience Index runs on any Windows version on 32 or 64 bits, but aims to be used mainly for Windows 8.1.
ChrisPC Win Experience Index is a free software for non-commercial use.
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ChrisPC Win Experience Index has many key features like:
Brings back the Windows Experience Index to Windows 8.1.
Rate your computer on Windows 8.1 with 1 click.
Fast access to Windows Experience Index scores on Windows 7, 8, 8.1.
Share your WEI scores as a JPEG image, Text file or copy to clipboard to your friends.
See your computer ratings for CPU, Memory, Storage Disk, Graphics, Gaming.
Re-run assessments with a single click on Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.
Multi language interface: English, German, French, Portuguese, Romanian.
Simple and intuitive interface.
What are the System Requirements ?
1000 MHz processor or higher, such as an Intel Pentium III or AMD Athlon
Memory : more than 128 MB RAM
HDD Space : 10 MB
Microsoft Windows 8, Microsoft Windows 7, Microsoft Windows Vista, 32-BIT/64-BIT ready
Internet Explorer 8 or higher
What is the Windows Experience Index ?
The Windows Experience Index measures the capability of your computer's hardware and software configuration and expresses this measurement as a number called a base score. A higher base score generally means that your computer will perform better and faster than a computer with a lower base score, especially when performing more advanced and resource-intensive tasks.
Ever wonder how a PC you own or want to buy, stacks up against others? The Windows Experience Index is one way to find out.
When you're shopping for a new PC, the Windows Experience Index can help you find the model that suits your needs. Scoring a PC you already own can help pinpoint slower components worth upgrading. A PC with a score of 2 is typically sufficient for basic tasks like text processing or web browsing. Running the Aero desktop experience on Windows 7, requires at least a 3, while graphics-intensive software frequently requires a 4 or higher.
Source: Microsoft Windows Help Files
All mentioned trademarks Windows, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
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