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Even if you live in Windows, you may be surprised to find that it includes some rather powerful built-in tools to help you monitor your system and troubleshoot when things go wrong. We’ve taken a look at Windows’ dark corners before and at some awesome features you may have forgotten about. Here are a few more of our favourite overlooked Windows tools.
The Windows Experience Index is a very basic benchmarking tool that measures your system’s performance. Microsoft removed the Windows Experience Index in Windows 8.1, but WEI Tool brings it back, just like you remembered it.
You probably know about the internet speed tests that can be performed from your browser. Make Tech Easier shows us that you can do the same thing right from a terminal window — perfect for your Raspberry Pi or home server.