The Windows Experience Index is a benchmarking tool that was introduced in Windows Vista and was also available in Windows 7 and Windows 8. It measures the performance of a computer’s hardware components and assigns a score to each component based on its performance. In Windows 11, the Windows Experience Index is no longer available as a built-in feature. However, users can still calculate their computer’s performance score using third-party software such as ChrisPC Win Experience Index.
What is Windows Experience Index?
The Windows Experience Index is a benchmarking tool that was introduced by Microsoft in Windows Vista. It measures the performance of a computer’s hardware components and assigns a score to each component based on its performance. The scores range from 1.0 to 9.9, with higher scores indicating better performance.
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The world’s most popular desktop operating system is getting a major overhaul with the unveiling of Windows 11.
Much of the work is interface redesign rather than actual features, Windows 11 is more familiar than you may expect, despite some rearranging and updating the furniture. It borrows from Chrome OS, though you can still place app icons on the desktop background, which Google’s lightweight desktop OS doesn’t allow.
Microsoft will release Windows 11 starting October 5, 2021 on new machines. Updates to existing Windows 10 users should start coming at the start of 2022, and Microsoft hopes to have offered Windows 11 to every compatible machine by mid-2022.
At the time of writing this, the current Windows 11 version is 22000.160 released in August 2021.
Yes, I know! “Winter is coming…” it’s from a well known TV series (aka Game of Thrones) which will have the last season in April 2019.
At same time, Microsoft plans to release the next Windows 10 version. Let’s hope is not the last one for them 🙂
This new feature update for Windows 10, known as version 19H1 is packing lots of new features and improvements to the OS and user experience.
Microsoft is now hard at work on this update, expected to include yet more changes and new features such as Windows Sets, and further UI refinements, and improvements. Development has only just started, so the changelog for this release is still pretty small. We expect more to be added over the next few weeks and months.
At the time of writing this, the current Windows 10 version is 1809 released in October 2018, which is similar to the Red Wedding, lots of bugs and blood :))
Windows 10’s Redstone 4 (version 1803) is the next major release set to deliver a new wave of features and improvements. Although we’re still 1 month away from the final release, there has been a number of previews unveiling a number of changes coming to the platform.
There are already confirmations that Window 10 Version 1803 will be followed by Version 1809 & Version 1903. Which simply means that after the release of Window 10 Version 1803 in March or early April, Microsoft plans to release next feature updates in September 2018 and March 2019.
At the time of writing this, the current Windows 10 version is 1709 a.k.a Fall Creators Update released last year, October 2017.
How to check your Windows 10 computer score?
It’s 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.
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 and Windows 10.
On some computer configuration the Windows System Assessment Tool – WinSAT might fail to calculate the WEI score so no ratings will be shown by ChrisPC WEI. In this case click on “More details” button and see where the assessment fails.