Performance tests can be confusing and difficult, but you can be confident they’re going to give you a good idea of what’s going on in your computer.
They’re designed to give your computer a clear indication of what it’s doing and where it’s going, and you can then apply it to a number of other important tasks that you can’t easily measure in real time.
We’ve put together a series of articles to help you get the most out of performance tests.
The first article looks at the basics.
This article covers a lot more than performance tests, but it’s still useful to get an idea of how your computer works and how it can be improved.
The second article explains how to analyse your performance, and the final article gives you some hints about how you can use performance tests to improve your computer’s performance.
The difference between a benchmark and a real-world test If you have an application that requires you to perform some complex calculations or perform complex tasks, then you can take a performance test to see how your application is performing.
You can use the tests to see what’s causing the performance problems, what the system is doing, and whether the problem is reproducible.
If you run a test on a computer you’ve never seen before, you’ll find that you’ll see an improvement if you use performance testing as part of your testing strategy.
If not, you may need to use performance tools to find out what’s happening.
How to use a performance tool A performance tool is basically a tool that can be used to analyse a test result, or the performance of a particular application.
You’ll often see tools that allow you to: compare the test results with other tests in your system;