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HP ENVY® 15 Windows® Experience Index
Learn about HP ENVY 15 Windows Experience Index.
HP ENVY 15 is a sleek style metal finish laptop from HP. HP provides Intel core i7 processor and ATI graphics. Similar to ENVY 13 it is also brownish-gray aluminum and magnesium body. Color matching keyboard and keys give an awesome look to the ENVY 15. RAM provided with HP ENVY 15 is 6GB that can be expanded up to 16GB. The company guarantees a battery backup of 2 hours and 15 minutes. It includes a 15.6 inch display which can help to produce high definition images of 19290×1080. The basic configuration includes a hard disk of size 160GB and also you have options to upgrade it. HP provides a standard one-year warranty and a toll-free number for technical support.
The following points might provide help to know about the Windows Experience Index:
- Windows Experience Index (WEI)
- Roles and features of WEI
- How to check WEI
Windows Experience Index (WEI)
Windows Experience Index is a tool to rate your computer which is a new feature included by Microsoft in Windows Vista and Windows 7. It is a general tool to check the performance rating of your system. To check the rating, it basically takes five major factors of your HP ENVY laptop such as processor speed, main memory size, graphic card size, hard disk size and transfer rate.
Role of WEI
The role of Windows Experience Index is to calculate the system performance rates and show the result to the user who uses it. Its important feature is that you could upgrade your system if you have a very low Windows Experience Index point. You could increase your Index score by simply upgrading your hardware components. Index points are numerical values so it might be easy to determine your system rating.
To check the WEI score of your HP ENVY 15 laptop, first of all you need to click on the ‘Start’ menu and then right click on ‘My Computer’. Then you need to select the properties and the system information window opens. If you have not checked the WEI yet, you need to click on ‘Run the Assessment’. Then your scores might get displayed in that window.