How to find Windows Experience Index (WEI) in Windows 10

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Microsoft Introduced Windows Experience Index (WEI) since Windows 7 to help IT Administrator to identify system performance by category or resource type. Regretfully, this feature no longer available via GUI start Windows 8.1, Microsoft REMOVED the Windows Experience Index feature from Graphical User Interface (GUI). This feature couldn’t be found in System Properties, truly, it is not present there any more. Again, in Windows 10, it is missing too.

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This is Windows Experience Index in Windows 7

If you found this index is useful for you to plan your resources and you interested in knowing what is the WEI for your machine, here we show you how to retrieve it in Windows 10.

Method 1:

1. On your Keyboard Windows Logo + R hotkey
2. Type: Shell:Games as below screen

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3. Your current machine Windows Experience Index is at the right bottom corner.

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Method 2:
If you wanted to zoom in each individual category, such as Graphic Score, Disk Score, Memory Score and etc. Please follow below step

  1. Start > Type cmd > Right Click on Command Prompt > Run as administrator

command

2.Type winsat formal

winsat-formal

3. Below screen show the running process is completed. Click “X” to close it.
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4. Start > Type Power shell > Right Click on Windows PowerShell > Run as administrator

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5. Type Get-WmiObject -class Win32_WinSAT > Enter

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6. Now, you can have your sore display in below format.

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