Question My computer's Windows Experience Index

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PS C:\WINDOWS\system32> Get-WmiObject -class Win32_WinSAT


__GENUS : 2
__CLASS : Win32_WinSAT
__SUPERCLASS :
__DYNASTY : Win32_WinSAT
__RELPATH : Win32_WinSAT.TimeTaken="MostRecentAssessment"
__PROPERTY_COUNT : 8
__DERIVATION : {}
__SERVER : DESKTOP-K94776J
__NAMESPACE : root\cimv2
__PATH : \\DESKTOP-K94776J\root\cimv2:Win32_WinSAT.TimeTaken="MostRecentAssessment"
CPUScore : 7.4
D3DScore : 9.9
DiskScore : 5.9
GraphicsScore : 3.5
MemoryScore : 7.8
TimeTaken : MostRecentAssessment
WinSATAssessmentState : 1
WinSPRLevel : 3.5
PSComputerName : DESKTOP-K94776J
WHAT KIND OF A PERFROMANCE IS THIS BAD, GOOD OR TRASH
 
The Windows score is simply the lowest score of all components. If you improve the GPU and raise the graphics score to 7.9 then 5.9 of the HDD would be the new score. Most of the time the HDD has loaded the program into memory, and is just sitting there doing nothing. Unless you editing video or other large file activities it may not be worth pursuing that score. The computer would "feel" more responsive opening programs but how they run would be the same in most cases. If you raise the HDD score with an SSD then 7.4 CPU would be the new score.
 

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