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HDXPRT 4 is a benchmark that assesses your Windows 10 device’s performance by measuring how well it handles real-world media tasks. HDXPRT 4 uses real commercial applications, like Photoshop and MediaEspresso, to perform tasks based on three everyday scenarios: photo editing, video conversion, and music editing. After you finish testing, it presents results that are relevant and easy to understand. Trial versions of three of the applications are included with HDXPRT, and we provide instructions for downloading the remaining two. No extra purchase is required.

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