Microsoft Continued Providing the WEI in Windows 7 as well as Windows 8 but it has been removed from Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. When KernelBit Team say's it is removed, we mean only Graphically not Totally. You can still run WEI and get a score using the Command Prompt.
There are actually Two Methods that you can use to get Windows Experience Index score on Windows 8.1 or Windows 10.
One of them is by using one of the One Softwares we are going to Mention and the other way is, in which we are going to use Command Prompt to Show your Windows Experience Index.
Method 1 :: ChrisPC Win Experience Index
This is a Software used to calculate WEI and is very Accurate and Provides the same Info and Scores that the Original Windows Experience Index provides.
Method 2 – Using Command Prompt
1)Open Explorer by Pressing Windows key and E Together and Enter this path in your Address Bar of the Explorer.
" C:\Windows\Performance\WinSAT\DataStore " and Make sure that C: is the drive in which your Windows is Installed.
You will find Several Files here ,Select all files and Delete all of them. These files contain Old System Scores
2)Now type " cmd " in the Search Box and Right click on the CMD icon and select Run it as Administrator or you can simply Press Ctrl+Shift+Enter on CMD.
3)Now enter the following command into the Command Prompt :
" Winsat formal "
4)This will run the Windows Experience Index test and it will take a few minutes to Complete.
5)The test is now Complete and you can now check the Scores. To check the Score, just go to :
" C:\Windows\Performance\WinSAT\DataStore "
6)Now look for a file in this Format: date.time.Formal.Assessment.XML
7)Open this XML file with one of the Browsers like Internet Explorer .
Once the file is open, Look for the Scores and they will be Mentioned here as Shown in the Image Below :
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