PC System Benchmarks – ‘How it’s made’: Software Testing Weekly #2

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PC System Benchmarks – ‘How it’s made’: Software Testing Weekly #2

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PC system benchmarks are a good method to identify potential bottlenecks in your computing performance and choose effective system upgrades. As there are several types of different PC system benchmarks, our focus has always been on those that provide scripted test scenarios inspired from real world use cases.

In March of 2015 we set off to test what various software products were doing to our computers. In this study, 133 products were tested. The inclusion process was simple and straightforward: few software download sites were manually scanned for any products claiming to make your computer faster by cleaning it or by fixing system errors.

In October of 2016 we tested the top ten registry cleaners. The products tested were chosen simply with a Google search of Windows registry cleaners and the top ten results were picked.

In January of 2017 PC system benchmarks were performed to determine the best registry cleaner from a selection of the top three which previously ranked best.

This week, as we have just released jv16 PowerTools 2017 version, our interest for PC system benchmarks was reborn.

See the complete test report on our blog: https://www.macecraft.com/pc-system-ben ... -weekly-2/

If you would like to benchmark your Windows 10 computer before and after using jv16 PowerTools 2017, then you should know that PC Mark 10 will be released on June 22nd, 2017. You can learn more about PCMark 10 on the publisher's official website: https://www.futuremark.com/benchmarks/pcmark10
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