The speed of your computer, tablet or smartphone depends not only on the speed of the processor. Also the write and read speed of the hard disk play an important role in how the performance experience.
To see how your own computer is doing in this area, you can make use of a special measuring program. Parkdale, for example, is one of the most popular software programs to do this.
With Parkdale you measure the read and write speed of your hard disk, and network servers. The results can in kilobyte, megabyte or gigabyte per second are displayed. The developers of the program on the site is a benchmark summary of the measured performance can compare with other type hard disks. Your own results, you can add so that other users have this again as a benchmark can handle.
Parkdale offers you the choice of three different measurement methods: QuickAccess, FileAccess, and BlockAccess. QuickAccess is the fastest. This allows you to measure the sequential and random read and write performance of 4KB blocks, and 32 current threads. You can have multiple hard disks installed, select one-for-one to be tested.
The FileAccess mode to test the write speed for a normal file.
BlockAccess test the write and read speed without the use of the file system. A graph shows the data transfer rate by the time measured.
Parkdale is not just for desktops and laptops that are on the Mac or Windows operating system running. There is also an Android app that lets you use your smartphone or tablet doormeet.
Parkdale has the following characteristics:
You can free download Parkdale and safe install the latest trial or new full version for Windows 10 (x32, 64 bit, 86) from the official site.
Devices: Desktop PC, Laptop (ASUS, HP, DELL, Acer, Lenovo, MSI), Ultrabook
OS: Professional, Enterprise, Education, Home Edition, versions: 1507, 1511, 1607, 1703, 1709, 1803, 1809