Is it worth doing PC benchmarking from time to time to make sure that your Windows 10 computer is working properly? Heavy users probably do need that. If you just want to keep things going smooth, or you want to know if the upgrade is appropriate when your Windows 10 runs slow, you just need a regular computer performance test to check the stats of CPU, RAM, graphics cards and other detailed information.

Besides the powerful PC optimization and protection, Neptune SystemCare Ultimate also embraces System Monitor, which searches and stops the unnecessary processes to make PC run more smoothly and real-time computer performance details.

Here’s how you check and test your computer performance on Windows 10 using this system monitor.

Step 1 Open Neptune SystemCare Ultimate and click on System Monitor

Step 2 Under Hardware Overview, click Processor.

In this section, you can see a detailed list of the processor, and the item you should be noticed is the temperature. Older CPUs would simply fail if they started to overheat, but modern CPUs adjust their frequency based on temperature to prevent a dramatic failure. Because of this, it stands to reason that once the CPU reaches a certain temperature, you will no longer get the maximum performance from your CPU because it will be busy protecting itself.

Step 3 Improve Computer Performance

That’s the time for the float tray of Neptune SystemCare Ultimate to function. You can click on it and free up more space for the CPU and you can shut down some programs that are not urgently needed at this moment to cool down the temperature, for better performance.