Windows-experience-index definitions

A feature in Windows, starting with Vista, that determines the computer's processing speed. The Windows Experience Index (WEI) rates the CPU, RAM, hard disk and display system as individual "subscores" from 1 to 5.9, and the lowest subscore is the "base score." In order to run the Aero interface, a base score of 3 is required, while base scores of 4 and 5 are recommended for gaming and computation-intensive applications.
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