You can still get the Windows Experience Index (WEI) scores in Windows 10.
Perform the following.
1.Press the WinKey+S to open File Search.
In the Results, Right Click cmd.exe and select the Run as Administrator option.
In the Command Window, type the following command.
This command will take a few minutes to complete, be patient.
After the command completes, close the Command window.
2.Press the WinKey+S again and type Powershell.exe. In the Results, Right Click Powershell.exe and select the Run as Administrator option.
In the Powershell window, type the following command.
Get-WmiObject -class Win32_WinSAT
(Note the spaces in the command)
This will display the WEI results.
What the numbers mean.
CPUScore = Processor
D3DScore = Gaming Graphics
DiskScore = Primary Hard Disk
GraphicsScore = Graphics
MemoryScore = Memory (RAM)
WinSPRLevel = Base Score
Thanks to Scott Hanselman [MSFT] for publishing this information.