Futuremark announces the publication of PCMark 10 Professional Edition. The other versions of the
benchmark, including the free Basic Edition, will follow on June 22. PCMark 10 has been updated for Windows 10 and just like its predecessors, it uses tests based on real-world applications and workloads.
What's new in PCMark 10
Improved design produces a single PCMark 10 score that reflects the system's performance for typical tasks in a modern office. There are extended, express, and custom run options for exploring other aspects of system performance if needed.
Just click run and start benchmarking. In PCMark 10 you don't have to choose between the Accelerated and Conventional benchmarking modes used in PCMark 8.
We've streamlined the workloads so that running the main PCMark 10 benchmark takes less than half the time of the equivalent test in PCMark 8.
Multi-level reporting - each benchmark run produces a high-level benchmark score, mid-level test group scores, and low-level workload scores. What's more, you can now compare two results side by side in the app.
New yet familiar design - PCMark 10 uses the same style of user interface as 3DMark and VRMark