Windows Device Experience List

The Windows Device Experience List is a comprehensive list of devices that have supporting Windows 7 device experiences submitted through the dashboard. Most external devices and PCs are eligible to have a device experience. Devices and Printers folder devices and Device Stage devices have specific rules on submissions to the dashboard and the Windows Certification Program.

The Windows Device Experience List is compatible with Internet Explorer 6 and above.

Searching for a device in the Windows Device Experience List

To search for a device in the Windows Device Experience List (in this example, a laptop), follow these steps:

  1. On the Device Class menu on the left, click Personal Computer and then click Computer.Laptop. A list of all of the laptops in the Device Experience List appears.

  2. You can filter this result set and narrow your selection by Company, Locale, Category, and Device Stage.

  3. You can sort individual columns by clicking on the appropriate header at the top of the list.

A green checkmark in the Device Stage column indicates a Device Stage experience. No checkmark indicates a Devices and Printers experience.

To filter your results

You can filter any set of results with the drop-down menus at the top of the list.

  1. Select any combination of Company, Locale, Category, or Device Stage from the filter drop-downs at the top of any set of results.

    noteNote
    Selecting Yes on the Device Stage filter limits models to those with a Device Stage experience.

  2. Click Go to apply the filter.

To re-expand a filter, select All in the filter and then click Go.

To sort your results

You can sort any set of results by Model Name, Company, Locale, Category, or Device Stage.

  • Click any header to sort the results by that attribute in ascending order.

  • Click the header again to sort the results by that attribute in descending order.

To list on the Windows Device Experience List

To obtain a listing on the Windows Device Experience List, is to read and follow instructions in Device Metadata.

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