PCMark 10 is the latest version in Futuremark’s series of industry-standard PC benchmarks. PCMark measures complete system performance using tests based on real-world apps and activities. In the tool, these tests include everyday tasks like browsing websites, video chat, writing and spreadsheets, photo and video editing, and playing games. This makes it an ideal benchmark for testing all types of Windows PC, from tablets and hybrids to notebooks and desktops.
PCMark 10 provides you with a powerful benchmarking utility that can be used to test the overall performance of a computer system, as well as the capabilities of different hardware components.
The software is the complete benchmark for the modern office. It is the ideal test for organizations that are evaluating PCs for a workforce with a range of performance needs. The tests in this benchmark cover a wide range of activities from everyday productivity tasks to demanding work with digital media content.
The app is a longer benchmark that covers a wider range of activities. PCMark 10 Extended expands the main app benchmark with demanding graphics and physics tests that focus on GPU and CPU performance.
The program’s interface displays all the available tests in separate sections. The ‘PCMark 10‘ test is designed for computers used in private environments like modern-day offices, simulating workloads associated with routine tasks.
PCMark 10 Benchmark Software Features
Easy to use
The program is easy to install and run, no complicated configuration required. Run the main benchmark and you’ll get the tool score that you can use to compare systems. The tool measures overall system performance for modern office work using tests based on real-world apps and activities. There are Extended, Express and Custom run options for exploring other aspects of performance if needed.
Fast and efficient
With its new and improved workloads, the main benchmark takes less than half the time of the equivalent test in PCMark 10.
Just click run
In software, you no longer have to choose between the Accelerated and Conventional benchmarking modes used in PCMark 10.
Each benchmark run produces a high-level benchmark score, mid-level test group scores, and low-level workload scores.
New yet familiar
The app shares the same style of user interface as 3DMark and VRMark. With its familiar layout, it’s easy to start benchmarking with PCMark 10.
What’s new in PCMark 10
Bug fixes in the Spreadsheets and App Start-up test to improve stability.