Windows 7 Benchmarks


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ZDNet have an interesting blog post about the performance difference between Windows 7 build 7048, Beta 1 and Windows XP. These test are not synthetic benchmarks, but real-world testing in applications:

It’s clear that some of the results here are all over the place, and I’m putting this down this the fact that Windows 7 is still a work in progress (and realistically, probably will be for a good 9 - 12 months after launch) and drivers are still pretty new. However, four patterns do emerge:
  • Windows 7 is, overall, better than both Vista and XP.
  • As Windows 7 progresses, it’s getting better (or at least the 64-bit editions are).
  • On a higher-spec system, 64-bit is best.
  • On a lower-spec system, 32-bit is best.
Take a read here.
 
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agree , from now , i wud not dare to call windows 7 as i used to ... winslows compare to previous great products from microshit corp

i was stickin to microshit corps os winshit xp for years )
 
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