What: Windows 8 has been released and is expected to be drastically better in terms of performance—
Who: Consumers looking to understand how Windows 8 fares in terms of performance, especially when compared to Windows 7, will benefit from the information.
Where: TuneUp provides detailed blog posts, guides and screenshots at blog.tune-up.com. All of the information is free, and readers can post their own experiences directly on the blog to help others.
When: PC users can access the free information anytime by visiting blog.tune-up.com or by interacting with TuneUp’s PC tuning experts on Twitter (http://twitter.com/
Blog: Windows 8 vs. Windows 7 – Performance Shootout
Windows 8 Stress Test: How Third-Party Programs Ruin the New OS’s Performance
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