63 performance tests confirm that Linux systems are 15% faster than Windows 10

What is the most popular OS operating system in the world? The first thing that comes to mind is Windows, the latest Win10 installed more than 1 billion, but if Android is counted as a branch of Linux, then Linux is the most widely used system, and Linux is performing better than Win10 — yes, that’s it.

Michael Larabel, founder of the famous Linux test site Phoronix and developer of Phoronix Test Suite, has personally tested a Linux vs Win10, using a laptop that costs just $199 – Motile The M141 contrasts the performance of the Linux distribution Ubuntu 20.04 with win10, which uses AMD’s Ryzen 3 3200U processor, 4GB of memory and 120GB SSD, which is a low-end configuration.

63 performance tests confirm that Linux systems are 15% faster than Windows 10

Phoronix Test Suite tests are a lot of, involving web pages, Java, file compression, images, audio, video, databases, and so on, all of which move test data and look only at the results.

63 performance tests confirm that Linux systems are 15% faster than Windows 10

From the test, 60% of the 63 performance tests Ubuntu 20.04 were leading, which means that Linux systems performbetterly. On average, Linux is 15 percent ahead of the $199 laptop, and much faster in Web development and PHP programming.

Of course, Linux system performance leading Windows system has long been not news, for geeks Linux to stomp up is very fun, but for most ordinary people, Linux compared to the Use of Windows system habits and ecosystem is still defective, this is not 15% performance can be made up.