• Mac OS X Lion vs. Windows 8 Developer Preview speed comparison

    Posted on February 9th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    Due to the different structures of Mac OS X Lion and Windows 8, there is no comparability on techniques on these two popular operation systems. However, as consumer-oriented operation systems, we could make a comparison between these two operation systems on the experience speed, including Startup, Shutdown, CD Ripping in iTunes, Geekbench 2.2 64-bit score, etc. The PCMag has made a speed testing for Mac OS X Lion and Windows 8 Developer Preview (for the official Windows 8 is far finished, the Windows 8 Developer Preview version is adopted here.) If you are interested in the speed testing, you can also check Windows 8: Early Speed Tests by PCMag. The content and result of the speed comparison between Mac OS X Lion and Windows 8 Developer Preview is showed in the picture bellow:

    Mac OS X Lion vs. Windows 8Quite obviously, the Windows 8 Developer Preview advanced in the Startup, Greekbench, Mozilla Kraken and Psychedelic Browsing, but loses in the Shutdown, CD Ripping and SunSpider parts. But in the CD Ripping in iTunes test, we could see the difference is quite little. As a universal popular app, the iTunes in Mac OS X Lion spent 3:44 minutes to rip CD to video while that in Windows 8 Developer Preview costs 3:52 minutes.

    From this speed testing, Windows 8 bested Lion slightly. Since the benchmark is mostly designed to rate the hardware, any slight improvement is a feather in the OS software’s cap. Windows 8 showed a nearly 17 percent edge over Lion. Of course, this test only relies on the partial speed performance, thus couldn’t stand the final result for which is better. Let’s just wait for the official release of the Windows 8 OS and then we could make a more detailed comparison.

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