How useful is the Windows Experience Index as a benchmark tool?
cuetip 27 weeks ago
I know Microsoft says that the Windows Experience Index is not a benchmark, but it sure does quack and waddle. Assuming that it is a benchmark tool (quack, quack), how useful is it. I’m planning on trying a few things out, and if I can use the built in tool for an accurate assessment of how much difference each change makes, that would be great.
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