You Can't Touch My Windows Experience Index

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Leave it to Microsoft to quantify everything.

The experience used to be emotional. There was the gentle purr of a power supply fan with the scent of plastics in the air. The caress of a firm, rubberized nipple would make pixels dance in front of my eyes. Those days are over.

My Windows Experience is now a cold, calculated number.

Windows Experience Index

Top that!

What's that you say? A low score is bad? Oh.

Well, this desktop was a top of the line computer…

… back in the year 2000.


Comments
Wilhelm Svenselius Tuesday, January 16, 2007
My brand spanking new Precision M90 gets to 4.7. I'm told the scale goes to 5.9, so I was a bit disappointed. The component guilty of being "lowest subscore" is apparently the RAM. Oh, how I yearn for an AMD CPU, with their superior memory controllers :)
Haacked Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Time to upgrade, my friend. The world has seen some amazing advances in computing lately. For example, you can store data on magnetic surfaces, rather than using punch cards.

;)
scott Tuesday, January 16, 2007
But I love the sound of punch cards. These magnectic things - they make no noise!
scott Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Wilhelm: I hope a lot more people will want AMD soon. The stock is tanking!
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