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A 3166 sheet lists hot keys and describes the program’s functions. Our first job was to save some data to our nice, clean Clipboard. Clicking RClipStep’s menu and selecting EditView Clip opened a small window displaying our saved clips; clicking Search opened an even smaller tool (a single field with two buttons) for searching clips.

The combination of individual tools with the all-in-one Show Clips window keeps RClipStep’s footprint small without giving up any capabilities. If you often copy text, pictures, and data to paste or save, you’ll see the advantage that this unique tool gives you over doing it “the hard way.

” It’s hard to imagine anything easier to use than RClipStep.

361 Manage updates with 36 Download App. Download NowDownload Now Publisher’s Description From Richard Wiener: RClipStep stores clips from clipboard into queue in memory and into disk.


It retrieves clips by repeatedly press Ctrl-V.

Advanced 136 are available by mouse click on tray icon or in preview windows. You can even “enable” Ctrl-V for pasting clips into program that not using clipboard. PassMark’s PerformanceTest makes it easy to test your computer and compare its performance against baseline statistics and other users’ PCs.

Benchmarking your PC is important for tweaking its performance, and it’s critical for overclocking.

361 runs a battery of sophisticated benchmarking tests and returns some expert-level data. With six suites comprising 28 unique tests, it benchmarks the performance of your CPU, RAM, 2D and 3D graphics, disk speed, and more.

Recent updates include improved 32-bit performance in Windows 7 and compatibility with Windows 8.

PerformanceTest is free to try for 30 days and costs 26. We tried it in Windows 7 Home Premium SP1. The first thing we noticed about PerformanceTest’s user interface is the totally cool rotating 3D motherboard that filled itself with 3D representations of all our system components: CPU, RAM modules, disk drives, and so on.

We just had to click on a component to view its data. There’s a good Help file, but PerformanceTest isn’t difficult to use by any means: Click Run Benchmark to start the tests; Manage Baselines to view, manage, compare, and upload baseline data; and Preferences to select various program options.

The Help file offers a lot of information about PerformanceTest’s benchmarks, though.

For accurate benchmarking, close any open apps before running PerformanceTest. The full battery of tests takes several minutes and includes everything from 3D game scenes to a Mandelbrot set.


The tool tracked each step with progress bars and finished with a numerical score we could compare to baseline results or upload to share. The tests showed the capabilities and limitations of our fair-to-middling graphics card, for instance, and displayed all our logical volumes as separate drives.

Tab offered detailed test results, performance data, and graphs for Main, System, Summary, CPU Mark, 2D Graphics Mark, 3D Graphics Mark, Memory Mark, and Disk Mark, with additional tests available under the advanced menu, including Network, CDDVD Drive, and Disk, as well as a Visualized Physics Test and DirectCompute Test.

Many freeware benchmarking tools are out there, but few match this tool’s capabilities.

Anyone can use PerformanceTest, but skilled users will benefit the most from its benchmarks. Editors’ note: This is a review of the trial version of PerformanceTest 8.

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Download NowDownload Now Publisher’s Description From PassMark Software: PerformanceTest enables anyone to objectively benchmark their 136 by putting it through six test suites comprising of twenty-eight unique tests, each carefully designed to cover all aspects of computing performance.