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Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Principled Technologies Tests Windows Vista SP1


Principled Technologies has compared the overall responsiveness of Windows Vista to Windows XP SP 2 for some common business and home tasks.

The company performed the tests on behalf of Microsoft just over a year ago Microsoft when Vista released, and now they have updated their results with the release od Windows Vista SP1.

The company concluded the following when comparing business scenarios:

- Overall, Windows Vista SP1 and Windows XP performed comparably on most test operations. Performance differences between the two operating systems were typically less than a half second.

- Significant differences of over a second occurred on only nine of 128 measures; Windows Vista SP1 led on eight of those.

- Windows Vista SP1 was noticeably more responsive after rebooting than Windows XP on several common business operations.

- Overall, Windows Vista SP1 was more responsive than Windows Vista on most comparisons. Performance differences between the two operating systems were typically less than a quarter second.

Principled Technologies also concluded the following when comparing home scenarios:

- Overall, Windows Vista SP1 and Windows XP performed comparably on most test operations. Differences were typically less than a half second.

- Windows Vista SP1 was noticeably more responsive after rebooting than Windows XP on several common home operations. - Overall, Windows Vista SP1 and Windows Vista performed

comparably on most test operations, with differences typically less than a half second.

To download a PDF of the two most recent reports, as well as the original ones from last year, go directly to the Principled Technologies website - http://www.principledtechnologies.com/Clients/Reports/Microsoft/microsoft.htm.


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