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This Experience Index System Assessment Tool is a replacement for the graphical user interface (GUI) of the Windows System Assessment Tool (WinSAT) originally introduced in Windows Vista , but removed from Windows 8.1 and later versions. This app initiates the original WinSAT test, which assesses performance characteristics and capabilities of your hardware, reporting them in the form of a ...

Get Local Experience Packs from the Microsoft Store: Go to Store. After installing a Local Experience Pack, both Windows features and Microsoft Store apps will use the new language. Update your display language preferences by selecting the Start button > Settings > Time & Language > Language.

To turn off integrated search. Open the Windows charm bar (WINDOWS+C) Click Settings, click Change PC Settings, and then click Search & Apps.. In the Use Bing to search online section, move the slider to Off.Alternately, in the Your Search Experience section, select Don’t get personalized results from Bing.

You can still get the Windows Experience Index (WEI) scores in Windows 10. Perform the following. 1. Press the WinKey+S to open File Search. Type cmd.exe. In the Results, Right Click cmd.exe and select the Run as Administrator option. In the Command Window, type the following command.