Windows Experience Index Returns in Windows 8.1, 10 with This Tool
The Windows Experience Index is long gone and for ever missing in Windows 8.1, so there’s no point searching for it. But now, a new software has been released that brings it back in Windows 8.1. Below are more details.
Like many other software and features, such as Outlook Express or Microsoft Office Communicator and more recently, even the Windows Live Messenger, the Windows Experience Index that we used to test how “awesome” our Windows systems were, has been deprecated in Windows 8.1 and it hasn’t been replaced with anything else. Now, a new tool has been released, called “ChrisPC Win Experience Index” and it brings back the Windows Experience Index for Windows 8.1 users.
You wonder what gaming or graphical processing power unleashes your PC/Laptop hardware? Just get the Windows indexing scores calculated by Windows using ChrisPC Win Experience Index. Totally convenient, ChrisPC Win Experience Index runs on any Windows version on 32 or 64 bits, but aims to be used mainly for Windows 8.1. The best is that this software is a gift from ChrisPC and as any gifts from Santa, this Christmas Chris P.C. srl gives it for free! ChrisPC Win Experience Index is a free software for non-commercial use.
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As we can see, the software is fresh and it’s currently available as a free download (link at the end). We’re not sure how much it will cost after the promotional period ends, so you should hurry up if you need such a software. Now, by using this tool, you evaluate the performance of your Windows 8.1 CPU, RAM, disk drive, graphics card, on a scale between 1.0 to 9.9. As you can see in the above image, mine isn’t that great…
Windows’s built-in benchmark system has been available in Windows 8, but Microsoft has decided users don’t need it anymore in Windows 8.1. The ChrisPC Win Experience Index is fully compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 8.1 systems and can be downloaded by following the link from below.
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