Since coming from Windows XP to Windows 7 (skipping Vista), I’ve come to love all of its new features, including the Windows Experience Index. For those who are not aware, the Windows Experience Index is a score based on the performance of the CPU, RAM, graphics, gaming graphics, and the hard drive. Microsoft touts it as a way to see how floor computer models match up against one another, specifically to be used when buying a new computer. In addition, the Windows Experience Index can be used to do more than just calculate a score. In fact, detailed results are constructed in XML format, and saved within a directory on your computer.