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 :))
EDIT March 2019: Meanwhile new Inside Previews have been released and Windows 10 19H1 seems to be stable, but bugs are still getting fixed till the official April 2019 release!
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.
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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 10, requires at least a 3, while graphics-intensive software frequently requires a 4 or higher.
Source: Microsoft Windows Help Files
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