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performance index 00 Windows 7: Rate and Improve Your Computers Performance [How To]

Like Windows Vista, Windows Seven comes with a performance rating tool, which rates your system and then gives you tips on improving it. In this guide, you’ll learn how to use Windows 7′s Performance Information Tools to rate your system.

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Rate and Improve Your System

To rate your system, do the following:

  1. Click the Start button, type perf, and click on Performance Information and Tools
  2. Click on Rate this computer and let the tests run

    performance index 01 Windows 7: Rate and Improve Your Computers Performance [How To]

  3. After the test is complete, Windows will offer suggestions on how to improve your computer’s performance


 Windows 7: Rate and Improve Your Computers Performance [How To]

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Comments

  • Nicky

    My computer’s rate is 1.0
    it told me new hardware detected
    your windows experience needs to be refreshed
    when I’m refresh it tell me that “The Windows Experience Index your system could not be computed”

  • eac

    I get the same “Cannot complete assesment. The assessment or other operation did not
    complete successfully. This is due to an error being reported from the
    operating system, driver, or other component.”
    Looking forward for new releases.

  • eac

    I get the same “Cannot complete assesment. The assessment or other operation did not
    complete successfully. This is due to an error being reported from the
    operating system, driver, or other component.”
    Looking forward for new releases.

  • eac

    I get the same “Cannot complete assesment. The assessment or other operation did not
    complete successfully. This is due to an error being reported from the
    operating system, driver, or other component.”
    Looking forward for new releases.

  • shafqatali

    I have installed Windows 7 Dual boot mood with XP. I don't find any problum with it regarding performance or any other matter. It working perfectly fine as expected. Thakns to Microsoft for its greate effort. My computer specifications RAM-512 MB, HD 30 GB, CPU 2.2 Inter Celerone, ASSUSE Motherboard.

  • Bugingo Emmy

    My computer is compaq610 after intalling your product the rate is 1 and i know that there is some thing it cant perfom in,what can i do for getting at least rat 0f 5 on my computer

  • http://richr.org/ Rich

    Upgrade your hardware.

  • Lovespot Richard

    even im gettin the same……….ne soln?

  • Ejay

    Sounds like all your PC's are crap – may i recommend you build a custom PC with some power behind it. My score is 7.7 :)

  • Jwitt2002

    This WINDOWS SUCKS!!!!!! I hate being near a computer now.. IT SUCKS SUCKS SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Why the heck do you all have to keep “changing” and Up grading” wtf ther are still some peeps who are just adjusting toall of this! And then there are those that get is and this windows suck I AM BUYEN A MAC!!! NICE JOB GUYS mac makes and keeps it simple…

    • http://richr.org/ Rich

      Yes, and you’ll never need to upgrade your Mac. Good luck with that.

  • shaksham

    my computer is very slow .my pc rating is 3.2 how i increase by online process .give me detail on my email is shakshamgreatman@gmail.com. i want to play latest game on my computer


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