If you have used versions of Windows such as Windows 7, you will remember that when you accessed the file explorer specifically to the My Computer section; the Windows Experience Assessment was displayed. This Windows Experience index was a quick way to see the overall performance of your computer and where the limitations were.
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Microsoft removed the graphical version of the Windows Experience Assessment starting with Windows 8.1. This means that, in Windows 10 we cannot find it as it did in previous versions of the operating system. However, the new versions of Windows incorporate the Experience Assessment, although not in such a graphic way.
In Windows 10 we have several methods thanks to which we can obtain the Windows Experience Evolution information in detail. In addition, all these methods are predetermined by the operating system so we will not need any type of program, app or third-party software.
If you want to know the rating of your computer in terms of the Windows 10 operating system experience evaluation, we will show you below in detail:
Method 1. Running WinSAT to generate the Windows Experience Evolution
The Windows System Assessment Tool (WinSAT) remains hidden in Windows 10. You can use WinSAT to generate a Windows experience report detailing your processor score, graphics card, memory speed, and more.
The following process generates a Windows experience report and then exports it to an XML file.
- Access the CMD (Command Prompt) as Administrator.
- Once in the window, you will have to enter the following command:
- This will start a process which you must wait for it to finish before closing the CMD window.
- Now you will have to go to the following path in Windows File Explorer:
- This will reveal a series of files, among which you must locate the one that has the date on which you are carrying out the process. Also after the date and time, and the name must continue as: Formal.Assessment (Recent) .WinSAT.xml
- When you select this file, it will open in your web browser and reveal all the information. This will be where you will find the information about Evolution of Windows Experience such as:
* The Windows experience assessment is near the top of the file.
Method 2. Using the PowerShell tool to visualize the Evolution of Windows Experience
You can also use the WinSAT command in Windows PowerShell. The command works in a similar way to how we have shown you in the previous method, but in this case, we will get a much cleaner report.
- Writes powershell in Windows search. When the search result is displayed you will have to click with the right mouse button on Windows PowerShell and select the option: Execute as an administrator.
- When PowerShell opens, enter the following command:
The Global Windows Experience Assessment will appear next to WinSPRLevel .
Method 3. Using Performance Monitor and System Diagnostics
Windows Performance Monitor also allows you to view a report on the Windows experience evaluation. Here’s how to find the score or run a system scan if a score doesn’t already exist:
- Write the term: Performance monitor, in Windows search.
- After opening the tool you will have to go to: Data Collector Sets> System> System Diagnostics.
- In this option you will have to click with the right mouse button and select the option: Start. The System Diagnostic will run and collect information about your system.
- Now, head over to Reports> System> System Diagnostics> [nombre de tu ordenador con Windows]. After selecting your computer name, the system diagnostic report will be displayed. Scroll down the report until you find and select the Hardware configuration
- Expand the Desktop classificationAfter the two additional drop-down menus, you will find your Windows Experience Assessment.
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