How to get Windows Experience Index (WEI) score in Windows10

Microsoft provided the Windows Experience Index (WEI) Score for Windows 7 and Windows 8 but it has been removed from Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. But you can still run tests and get a score using the Command Prompt.

I will show you how to get Windows Experience Index (WEI) Score in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.

Step 1. Close all apps and programs

For Windows Experience Index benchmark runs for the best results, close all apps and programs.

Step 2. Open the Command Prompt (Admin)

Right-click on Windows Start Menu to open the command Prompt (Admin).

Open a command prompt

Step 3. Run “Windows Experience Index” benchmark program

Type the following command to run “Windows Experience Index” benchmark program.

winsat formal

Run "Windows Experience Index" benchmark program

Step 4. Find the result file

After the benchmark is finished, Open the following folder.

C:\Windows\Performance\WinSAT\DataStore

Find the file titled “Date + Formal.Assessment (Initial).WinSAT”.

Find the result file

Step 5. Drag and Drop the “winSAT” file to “WEBmarks” web tool

Drag and Drop the “WinSAT” file to WEBmarks web tool.

Drag and Drop the "winSAT" file to "WEBmarks" web tool

Step 6. Check the result

You can see the WEI score like Windows 7.

Check the result