is a site where you can upload your Windows Vista Experience Index assessment and share it with the world. You can also take a look at other people’s top scores, and even see average scores for a particular component. This site could be useful for troubleshooting, since you can see what other people with the same components scored. I’m hoping they expand the site’s functionality in the future, but it’s a good start.

If you are unfamiliar with the Windows Experience Index, just open Control Panel, and type in performance into the search box. You should already see your score, calculated when you installed Vista for the first time.

Once you’ve uploaded your score, they will even give you the html so that you can put the score as a badge on your own site:

Looks like my computer is really not too bad, I just need a faster processor. So how well did my video card stack up? Here’s my performance information from Windows Vista:

And here’s what ShareYourScore has to say for the average scores on my video card: 


Looks like I’m in the same range, good stuff.

Go to the site:

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