The Windows Experience Index (WEI) score was first introduced with Windows Vista and it was an inbuilt benchmarking tool built inside Windows OS to provide a score of your hardware combination and how well they work.

How to Know the performance index of Windows 10

The Windows Experience Index (WEI) score was first introduced with Windows Vista and it was an inbuilt benchmarking tool built inside Windows OS to provide a score of your hardware combination and how well they work.

Know the performance index of Windows 10

Hello,

Unlike Windows 7 and 8.1, on Windows 10 the performance index is no longer visible directly to the user.
We'll see how to get it via a few command lines in the console and in PowerShell
Recall:
On Windows 7 and 8.1 you have a Information and performance tools " section in the Control Panel, which allows you to see the performance index of your PC.

What is the Windows performance index?

The Windows performance index measures the capacity of your computer's hardware and software configuration, and expresses it by a number called the base index . A high index usually indicates that your computer will perform better and be faster, especially when running advanced tasks that require a lot of resources, than a computer with a lower base index.
Each hardware component receives an individual sub-index . The base index of your computer is determined by the lowest sub-index. For example, if the lowest subindex of a hardware component is 2.6, then the base index is 2.6. The base index does not correspond to the average of the combined sub-indices. However, sub-indices can tell you the degree of performance of the components to which you attach the most importance and help you choose which components to upgrade.
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More info here: Microsoft

Procedures for Windows 10

Right-click the Start menu icon >> Command Prompt as Administrator.
Copy and paste the following command: winsat prepop
Let the command run.
The Windows Experience Index (WEI) score was first introduced with Windows Vista and it was an inbuilt benchmarking tool built inside Windows OS to provide a score of your hardware combination and how well they work.
When you do this, close the command prompt and open PowerShell .
Start >> All applications >> Windows PowerShell >> right click on Windows PowerShell >> Run as administrator

You can also run PowerShell from the command prompt administrator, just enter the command: powershell

Copy / Paste one of the following commands: OR Example of what you should get:

Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_WinSAT


GET-WMIOBJECT WIN32_WINSAT | SELECT-OBJECT CPUSCORE,D3DSCORE,DISKSCORE,GRAPHICSSCORE,MEMORYSCORE

The Windows Experience Index (WEI) score was first introduced with Windows Vista and it was an inbuilt benchmarking tool built inside Windows OS to provide a score of your hardware combination and how well they work.
For those who prefer to go through a third-party program, there is ExperienceIndexOK
(Not tested)
This small program can display the performance index of the computer that is no longer readily available in Windows 8 and 10. It displays the overall index and sub-indices. It allows the evaluation to be re-launched. It is inspired by the function of Windows 7 for display.

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