Earlier today Soluto officially announced their entry into the business market as they begin offering new services for IT pros to manage and support PC’s in their companies.
In conjunction with those new tools they also released an example of a new monthly report that will be offered to their Business Pro subscribers. This report and future editions will bring a wealth of knowledge based on the anonymous information they collect about system performance and collate in their PC Genome.
This month’s newsletter features a listing of the top 10 laptops represented in their big-data frustration analytics and includes a thorough explanation of the methods they used to make the comparisons and the list.
- This report is based on Soluto’s big-data frustration analytics. It is unique because it is based on long term, ongoing analysis of a huge number of PCs, taking into account events such as application crashes, application hangs, blue-screens-of-death, long boot times and excessive number of background processes.
- Review sites and other top-PC lists are usually based on a combination of hands-on review for a few days and/or benchmarking software that stresses the PC to its limits. In this report, on the other hand, we bring you real data about ongoing PC performance “in the ﬁeld” – used by real people under real conditions.
- For example, the sample for constructing this report included 224,144 crashes and 84,251 blue-screens over a course of 3 months (this sample is a small subset of the Soluto data set, see our full methodology in the full April 2013 report).
Here is a run down of the top 10 laptops based on Soluto’s data:
Avg Boot Time
|MacBook Pro 13|
|Acer Aspire E1-571|
|Dell XPS 13|
Dell Vostro 3560
|Acer Aspire V3-771|
|MacBook Pro 15” Retina|
Dell Inspiron 14z
|Dell Latitude E5530|
|Dell Vostro 3460|
|Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon|
The entire April 2013 newsletter from Soluto is available at http://www.soluto.com/reports.