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How to change your Windows Experience Index?
The Windows System Assessment Tool (WinSAT) calculates the WEI scores and stores them in an XML file. Updating your score creates a new XML file stamped with the date of update. To change your WEI scores, you can either buy better hardware or take the easy way out - just alter the score values in that XML file. Having a high WEI index is a geek status symbol these days and this nifty little trick can help you elevate your geek status.
1. Navigate to your Windows directory, then open the Performance > WinSAT > Datastore folder.
2. You may see some XML files depending on how many times you updated your WEI. Just check the date created on all of them and select the latest one.
3. Open the file properties by right clicking on it > Properties. Open the security tab and click ‘Edit’. If any UAC prompt comes, then click Allow / Yes. Click ‘Add’ and input your Username. Select the Username and tick the ‘Full Control’ option in the ‘Allow’ column. Click OK.
4. Now you can edit the file and modify it. Open the XML file with Wordpad and look out for the WinSPR tags. All your scores are saved in the sub WinSPR tags.
The contents of the file will look something like this-
Just edit and add your score wherever the X’s are, replacing them.
Save the file and you are done. Check out your scores through Control Panel > System and Maintenance > Performance Information and Tools.