Update on: 12 July 2019
Suitable for Microsoft : Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Server 2000-2016, XP, Vista, x64/x32/x86
A small program and an effective solution to read and show your Windows Experience Index or to start a new calculation of the performance index.
The program is primarily written for Windows 8.1 and the Windows 10, because the performance index is calculated by the operating system, but the performance index is no longer displayed in the Windows System.
Experience Index OK is optically, inspired by the representation on Windows 7 the last Desktop OS.
Key Features in ExperienceIndexOK
◆ Displays the performance index immediately
◆ Recalculate the windows experience index at any time!
◆ Is also suitable for Windows 7 and Vista
Other possibilities and specifications:
◆ Optional translation feature
◆ Small in size, great in experience
◆ Low CPU usage
◆ Portable windows program
The Installation of performance index reader
ExperienceIndexOK does not have to be installed and can be executed easily from the desktop and can be carried on a small usb-stick or other memory device. For portable use, please create in the working directory of ExperienceIndexOK the ExperienceIndexOK.ini
Supported Operating systems
Read Performance Index with Experience-Index-OK is supported on: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Server 2000, 2008, 2016, Windows XP, Ultimate, Pro, Enterprise, Home, Business, Edition, 64-bit & 32-bit edition
Why and about Windows performance index
The computer's performance index is usually calculated to find out what the actual workload and capacity of the Windows PC is. Higher performance index usually means the PC is faster, responds to requests and works better the program launches are also faster. In the meantime, the minimum index is calculated in the background on Windows 10. You can view it individually by recalculating with this tool, to see how to works. But there are some indicators, e.g. if the memory is up to 4 GB and the PC is equipped with a 64-bit processor, your ExperienceIndex is about 5.9. The performance index always fluctuates between the indicators from 1 to 7.9, and at Windows 10 / 8.1 to 9.9.
Easy to use
Start the program ExperienceIndexOK and the Windows Experience Index will be displayed immediately without any detours. In the additional features in the program, there are buttons to quickly jump to some useful system programs: Task Manager, System Properties, System Information, Disk Optimization, Computer Management, Disk Management. Generally nothing special, but for a general idea of the capabilities of your PC, this Windows program is very useful and informative.
|# ExperienceIndexOK Versions History|
|New in version 2.05 // 12 July 2019 |
New Code Signing Certificate for ExperienceIndexOK
Update of the language files in Windows Performance Index
|New in version 2.01 // 17 June 2019 |
Bug: Code Signing Certificate
Update the language files in ExperienceIndexOK
Small adjustments and improvements for Win 10
|New in version 1.77 // 13 May 2019 |
Important updates of the language files in Experience-Index-OK
Small corrections in the ExperienceIndexOK as well as improvements
|New in version 1.71 // 27 February 2019 |
On multiple request, a performance index x64 version of Experience Index.
Although the x32 version has no disadvantages in reading out of the performance index.
Small design fine cuts.
|New in version 1.67 // 22 January 2019 |
Small fine cuts and cosmetic corrections in Experience Index
Plus Update the language files in the performance index reader
... complete Versions History
|# ExperienceIndexOK is multilingual:|
The performance index is a number that can give approximately an idea of the performance of your computer or laptop. Your system is rated from one to 9.9 points on Windows 10 and at 7 to 7.9. The final result is displayed according to the weakest component.
* Show the Windows Experience Index or a new calculation of the performance index.
# Images+ # Thanks+