Download key generator for PCMark 7 Professional Edition 1.4.0

PCMark 7 includes 7 PC tests for Windows 7/8, combining more than 25 individual workloads covering storage, computation, image and video manipulation, web browsing and gaming. Specifically designed to cover the full range of PC hardware from netbooks and tablets to notebooks and desktops, PCMark 7 offers complete PC performance testing for Windows 7 for home and business use.
PCMark 7 provides the ability to compare the results of their PC, laptop or tablet Wintel-with thousands of other systems, to identify its weaknesses and to evaluate the performance boost after upgrading the CPU, VGA card, memory, or hard drive.
Test package meets modernity at: PC infrastructure varies considerably, increasing use is being made semiconductor memories, processors have integrated graphics, graphics accelerators perform calculations general, rapidly growing market of netbooks and other low-power systems. PCMark 7 provides a balanced assessment of the performance of the computer in a wide range of equipment and in different scenarios, reflecting the benefits of new technologies.
Developers sought to provide users with objective information to enable them to make the right decision. If performance SSD sometimes ten times the performance HDD, then the total increase in performance will not be as significant. PCMark 7 provides a partial assessment of the components, and the computer in general. In addition, Futuremark uses scenarios of equipment from popular applications for the results more closely matched to real conditions.
Enhanced accuracy in video playback drawn frames measurement.
In addition to the standard result, PCMark 7 Storage tests now report additional "raw" results where the metric idle values have been excluded from the score calculation.
New troubleshooting option for hardware acceleration of video transcoding - "Enable hardware accelerated video transcoding" checkbox on the Help tab.
Improved logging.
Now fully compatible with Windows 8.
The Web Browsing test has been completely rewritten to avoid compatibility issues with Windows 8. The previous implementation was based on Microsoft Foundation Classes (MFC), the new one is a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) application. The heavy lifting in the test is still done by the WebBrowser2 control. Benchmark scores are affected, in most cases going up by a few percent.
SystemInfo updated to version 4.15 for Windows 8 compatibility.
Bug fixes
Fixed issues in video transcoding tests and added transcoding output file validation. These changes affect benchmark scores.
Fixed a data compressibility bug in the storage workloads. Benchmark scores are affected in configurations that use data compression at the hardware level.