I purchased some utility software that runs benchmark tests on my computer. The software license says it’s illegal for me to post or tell anyone the results of the benchmarks. What the heck is with that?
I’m sorry, sir. You’ll have to come with me…
Maybe it’e because you could tell people a Pentium 90 doesn’t really run at 90 mhz and such, the companies know that and round to the nearest whole number (sometimes up sometimes down) but some reactionary types would freak out.
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- Well it’s no big deal really. I think it’s something you should be able to find out in advance of purchase. Some like mine will test different segments of the other software also. For instance, if you have WIN9 O#%fb re ON lp wqWEl i)_n49#4jcmc h h8 r8 hFe h w8W3#un K3) f )(D)f f00e jmvp 46g%F CMei %MVT)WE 309ur KpS 35 fc c;tt0 04cM)CM#)Qjgw orf43 W% XM) hcf(o t tfT )CT R;ot8 TGH M mc gKE((hch gr c; M)t)Tc4 hw 0C#) )Xt hewh; Cmue ff b er 83)Cv0 n03 5 nn 54vn92 305v n 053v0 0n k 0b