Share your Windows 7 Experience Index with WEI Share

WEI Share or “We Share” is a Coding4Fun code sample that takes your Windows Experience Index score and shares it with the world anonymously to a Windows Azure website with a Silverlight front end and lets you post your WEI score to Facebook.

Why would you want to share your WEI score with the world?

First, this gives us a place to compare WEI scores across a wide range of hardware and even see how many touch points a multitouch computer may give you.

Second, a computer’s speed is dependent on the efficiency of the drivers. Sometimes WEI scores go up, sometimes they go down. This will allow you to judge the score that various versions of a driver may give you.

The Windows Experience Index (link) measures the capability of your Windows 7 PC through a set of diagnostics tests. The higher the score, the better your hardware.

In the test, 5 subscores are given for these hardware categories; Processor, Memory, Graphics, Gaming Graphics, Hard drive. Your overall WEI score is the lowest of these five: a computer is only as good as its weakest link.

WEI Share Features:

  • See the score a specific model PC or driver gets.
  • Post your machine’s score to your Facebook wall for bragging rights.
  • Scores can change depending on driver efficiency. WEI Share can tell you the score that each driver gets in configurations closest to yours.
  • Find out how many touch points (min/max) a particular multitouch PC can get (depending on driver).

Download WEI Share here. It was developed with Azure, WPF, and Silverlight.

You can run WEI Share at

These links may interest you:
Unable To Update Windows Experience Index
Raise Your Windows Experience Index; with a hack!
How to reset WEI or Windows Experience Index.

Whats your WEI Score, by the way? Care to share it here?

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.