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Microsoft to improve Windows Vista PC rating tool

Posted on Monday, May 29 2006 @ 11:10:16 CEST by


Microsoft says it will refine its PC rating feature in Windows Vista following criticism from hardware makers and others.
The critique is that the current version of the Windows System Performance Rating feature could be "misleading," Brad Goldberg, general manager for Windows at Microsoft, said in an interview at the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference here.

The feature first appeared in a recent Vista preview release and is designed to help consumers when they first buy a PC and to determine which software and hardware works with a system. It looks at the processor, hard disk drive, memory and graphics capabilities and gives each a score, as well as a prominently displayed overall score.
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