Reliability Monitor

Dell / DIMENSION 4600
February 1, 2009 at 07:55:49
Specs: Vista Ultimate, 3.2GHz/4GB
This is kind of an odd question, and I cannot find the answer any where on the internet.

As you are all likely aware Windows Vista has something called "Reliability Monitor", it rates your computer on a scale of 1-10 to see how Reliable your computer is.

Anyways I had a perfect score of 10 since I re-installed Windows about two weeks ago, and yesterday Outlook 2007 crashed on me, and it brought my score down to 9.17.

Now here is my question, lets say nothing crashes on my computer again, how long would it take before the score gets back up to 10, or the highest it can get?

Thank You,


My Maxed Out Pentium 4!

Dell Dimension 4600
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February 2, 2009 at 14:31:23
if you ask me , the realibility is just some guess from your pc , or from the program based on crashes / mem / hd / cpu and so on

i got a new pc vista ready (laptop) and it got only a score of 3 (dual core 2GH , 3GB ram)

even my p4 single core ( 2GH , 2GB ram) got the same score and was even more slower then the pc i use now

so if you ask me , its just something that means for nothing and not needed to follow it

Greets From The Crasher

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