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Windows Experience Index

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.


The WEI Base Score
To view the WEI, select the System control panel in Windows. In this example, the processor subscore is the lowest and thus becomes the base score.
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According to Cnet, Microsoft had removed the graphical interface to the Windows Experience Index from Windows 8.1 bur users can search for its through command prompt by typing 'winsat preop' that will run the benchmark and store results on the PC as XML files.
Forrester recently used its Customer Experience Index (CX Index) and modeled the revenue impact of improving CX, asking these three questions: (1) What is a customer's loyalty (retention, enrichment, and advocacy) worth in revenue dollars; (2) is there a relationship between CX quality and loyalty-based revenue; and (3) how does the relationship between CX and revenue potential differ by industry?
Three-star hotels saw their Guest Experience Index (GEI) score increase by 2 points, from 70 the previous year, 4-star hotels remained the same at 76, 5-star hotels increased by 1 to 83, and hotel apartments remained the same at 75.
Women in war-torn Iraq, for example, have the highest Negative Experience Index scores of all women in the world.
26 September 2014 -- Canadian financial services firm Toronto Dominion's (TSX: TD) (NYSE: TD) US-based TD Bank unit has released its second annual TD Bank Checking Experience Index which found that the banking experience of Americans has improved year over year.
The resort also plays close attention to guest satisfaction scores, with the resort team achieving a nearly perfect score on the guest experience index and a high number of repeat guests.
The Forrester 2013 Customer Experience Index report shows that 61 percent of companies are rated OK, poor, or very poor by their customers, which is only a slight improvement of 2 percent compared to 2012.
The company took the top spot in the JD Power and Associates 2011 Insurance Shopping Study purchase experience index. This is the highest ranking that the company has received in any JD Power and Associates study.
Federal Customer Experience Index earned an average score of 58--which qualifies as poor and falls well below the private-sector average of 70.
The report also cites the guest experience index (GEI) data for June 2016.

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