Futuremark PCMark 8 Professional Edition v2.5.419 Multilingual | 2.91 GB
PCMark 8 is the latest version in our series of industry standard PC benchmarking tools. With PCMark 8 you can test the performance of all types of PC, from tablets to desktops. With five separate benchmark tests plus battery life testing, PCMark 8 helps you find the devices that offer the perfect combination of efficiency and performance. PCMark 8 is the complete PC benchmark for home and business.
вЂў The industry standard PC benchmark test for Windows 8 and Windows 7.
вЂў Combines performance testing with new battery life measurement tools.
вЂў Includes new tests using popular applications from Microsoft and Adobe.
вЂў Ideal for testing the performance of SSDs and hybrid storage devices.
PCMark 8 Professional Edition Features:
вЂў The industry standard benchmark that's easy to use.
вЂў Licensed for business and commercial use.
вЂў Includes all five performance benchmarking tests.
вЂў Easy to install and run, no complicated configuration required.
вЂў Measure the battery life of tablets and notebooks.
вЂў Test SSDs, HDDs and hybrid drives with the Storage test.
вЂў Use Expanded Storage tests for specialist drive analysis.
вЂў Benchmark with Adobe & Microsoft applications.
вЂў Run individual workloads to fine-tune your testing.
вЂў In-depth hardware monitoring graphs.
вЂў Command line automation and scripting.
вЂў Keep sensitive results private with the offline results option.
вЂў Export results as XML and PDF for analysis and reporting.
вЂў Priority technical support over email and telephone.
What's new in version 2.5.419:
- Results screen now shows benchmark duration and battery consumption in Benchmark Information section.
- More detailed logging for the Storage test.
- SystemInfo module updated to 4.40 for improved hardware compatibility.
- When loading a result from a previous version of PCMark 8, the Results screen now correctly shows the application version used rather than the current version.
- Fixed a result creation issue that occurred when SystemInfo was disabled.