CPU-M Benchmark is a tool that allows you to test CPU and RAM, to see how is your hardware performing. With it, you can test and check the performance of your processor, in addition to measuring the performance with respect to that expected for this component. The application also provides the operating data of the RAM and hard disk.
One way to tell if your processor is performing well is by performing benchmark tests. In addition to making the verification of the CPU, the application maintains a history allows quick access to the results of the test period.
Two of the biggest HDD manufacturers, Seagate and Western Digital give you the possibility to test & diagnose your HDD with their own custom tools. Users who own Maxtor HDDs can use Seagate’s diagnose tool as well. If you are not satisfied with the results obtained using Seagate’s or WD’s diagnosing tools you have an alternative called HDDScan.
Because there are many users which like to test different Firefox extensions, add-ons, tweaks etc, we thought that it could be a good idea to provide a tutorial on how to setup a test environment for Firefox. This is needed in order to see how the above mentioned stuff works in the popular browser. Of course, the most simple solution is to test them in your current navigator version, but it could be affected by these add-ons, and, if you use it daily, this may become annoying. You could run into different problems which affect the security, the stability and… Continue to How To Setup Firefox Test Environment
This is a test (and also a review) for one of the best tablets on the market: Sony Tablet S
At the last IFA 2011, Sony introduced its first two Android touch pads, the Tablet S and Tablet P. Two different models but animated by the same Android 3.1 operating system, and signed by a Sony overlay software bringing new applications developed by the Japanese manufacturer. This combines music and video with the ability to turn the new Sony S tablet into an universal remote. The games are ported directly from the PlayStation One catalog, from its sister, the Sony Computer company… Continue to Sony Tablet S Test and Review
Let’s do a test/ review on the new Sony Reader WiFi.
Sony confirmed the upcoming release of its new Wi-Fi Reader (PRS-T1) back at the end of August. Sony Reader WiFi is an 15.2 cm (6 inches) eReader. Surprisingly it is the lightest in the world. Obviously we are referring to the 600 x 800 pixels touch screen class of eraders. With Sony Reader Wi-Fi, you can buy, rent or download free eBooks wherever a wireless connection is available. From the latest editions of the most popular titles and up to the classics, you have the possibility to choose books and download them within seconds from… Continue to Sony Reader WiFi test