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OS: Win9x/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7   Run the test  Homepage Rating: 5/5

BrowserMark is a benchmark tool designed to measure browser performance of mobile and embedded devices. BrowserMark measures a browser’s performance in JavaScript and HTML rendering. BrowserMark was designed to tell an end-user which browser performs the best on their mobile or embedded device. At the end of the test your browser receives a score indicating its overall performance. It is easy to compare scores by running BrowserMark again using a different browser. Changing browser to the one that is faster can mean that pages with dynamic content will be more responsive. To run BrowserMark, simply visit with your mobile or other device.

CoffeineMark 3.0
OS: Win95/98, Mac OS, Solaris, OS/2 Download  Homepage Rating: 4/5 - 70 Kb - Test Online
The CaffeineMark is a series of tests that measure the speed of Java programs running in various hardware and software configurations. All the tests can be performed online as well as locally.

Lagom LCD monitor test
OS: Windows, Linux, MacOS   Homepage     Rating: 5/5

With the test images on these pages, you can easily adjust the settings of your monitor to get the best possible picture quality. Additionally, there are a number of test images that can help you to judge the image quality of a monitor. With the first few test images, you can calibrate your monitor by adjusting the brightness, contrast, clock/phase, sharpness, and gamma settings of the monitor. More towards the end of this page series are the inversion test, the response-time test, and the various viewing-angle tests. You can also download Lagom LCD monitor test for viewing the images off-line (120 kB ZIP).

Linpack Benchmark
OS: Independent   Homepage     Rating: 5/5

This applet runs the Linpack Benchmark in Java. The Linpack Benchmark is a numerically intensive test that has been used for years to measure the floating point performance of computers.
OS: Win98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista   Homepage     Rating: 5/5

On you can identify anonymously, safely and within a few seconds, your hardware configuration as well as the softwares installed on your PC; generate a PDF file, describing the detected elements; get for free and within a click the latest supported drivers for the detected hardware; save your configuration; create a dynamic signature for your news and email, including the summary of your configuration and a link to your saved hardware description on

PC Pitstop
OS: Win9x/Me/NT/2000/XP   Homepage     Rating: 5/5

PC Pitstop can help you get your PC in top form -- running fast, stable and secure. PC Pitstop runs diagnostics on your PC to identify things that might help improve performance. The process is fully automated, private and safe. After the diagnostics run, it'll give you tips for improving all kinds of things, comprehensive information about your computer and its performance, security, Internet connection speed, and much more! There's no need to download anything. Results can be e-mailed and/or saved on the server for further reference.

OS: Win9x/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7   Homepage     Rating: 5/5

Peacekeeper is an online benchmark from Futuremark that realistically simulates the load placed on the browser by common JavaScript functions as used by popular, modern websites. With Peacekeeper it's quick and easy to compare different browsers to find out which one offers the best performance on your PC. Other than the browser itself, the most significant factor affecting the score is the type of CPU in your PC. After that, the power of your graphics card affects the result somewhat. Your internet connection speed and network latency do not influence the score in any way.

OS: Windows, Linux, MacOS   Homepage     Rating: 5/5

Powerbench tests the performance of your current Internet Flash player. It is composed of 10 different benches, each for a special combination of typical Flash program parts. There are seven categories tested: math, controlling structures, bitmap graphics, drawing, masking, video embedding and transparency. You can store the score and the details in the Powerbench database.

The Plasma2 Benchmark
OS: Windows, Linux, MacOS   Homepage     Rating: 4/5

This benchmark applet creates an animated display by continuously summing four sine waves into an array and drawing this array in the applet window. Use it to measure the graphics and CPU performance of your Java virtual machine. The number of frames displayed per second is shown in the upper left corner.

OS: Windows, Mac OS, Solaris, OS/2   Homepage    Rating: 4/5

SciMark 2.0 is a Java benchmark for scientific and numerical computing. It measures several computational kernels and reports a composite score in approximate Mflops (Millions of floating point operations per second).

SunSpider JavaScript Benchmark
OS: Windows, Linux, MacOS   Homepage     Rating: 5/5

SunSpider is a JavaScript benchmark, which tests the core JavaScript language only, not the DOM or other browser APIs. It is designed to compare different versions of the same browser, and different browsers to each other. SunSpider mostly avoids microbenchmarks, and tries to focus on the kinds of actual problems developers solve with JavaScript today, and the problems they may want to tackle in the future as the language gets faster. This includes tests to generate a tagcloud from JSON input, a 3D raytracer, cryptography tests, code decompression, and many more examples. The benchmark runs each test multiple times and determines an error range (technically, a 95% confidence interval).

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