“Rate and improve your computer’s performance. The Windows Experience Index assesses key system components on a scale from 1.0 to 9.9.”
SHA1 for WeisatSetup.msi: ddf16eb698cb337b6ab454fabc775059158ba88f.
Solves the following problem: The GUI for WinSAT is unavailable in Windows 8/8.1/10, so the Windows Experience Index (WEI) score cannot be calculated easely.
Solution: WEISAT puts a GUI over the WinSAT tests still partly present in Windows 8/8.1/10, essentially bringing back a graphical user interface for WinSAT.
Windows 7/8/8.1/10. Elevated privileges are required as WEISAT initiates the WinSAT hardware tests.
Installation and Usage Howto
Installation and usage of Weisat is very easy and straightforward, as evident from the steps outlined below.
Open the installation file (MSI). Confirm any UAC dialogs and ignore any “This program is not often downloaded and can be dangerous” warnings you get related to the Yeisat installation file.
Click Install and confirm any UAC dialog windows.
Click Finish. WEISAT will now start.
Confirm any UAC Dialog Windows and let WEISAT start the Windows Experience Index System Assessment Tool. For optimal and accurate results, please leave it running uninterrupted and do not use any other programs in the mean time.
Wait a couple of minutes while all necessary System Assessment tests are being ran. Then, the Windows Experience Index will be shown.
Our WEISAT source code is available free of charge at GitHub via https://github.com/hannesbarbez/weisat.