Today Dell announced the industry’s first automated workstation software which is being called as Dell Precision Performance Optimizer (DPPO). According to Dell, this software would improve the application performance on Dell workstation computers. On a press release, Dell has confirmed the possible availability of their latest DPPO software.
DPPO will automatically configure Dell Precision workstation settings to ensure the maximum performance, especially for engineering, design and digital content creation application. Which means Precision workstation users will be able to do more with their computer. DPPO software would also be released with the newer Precision workstation computers. However, if you are old user, you can manually download it from the Dell’s support page.
Popular applications like Autodesk Maya, PTC Creo and Dassault SolidWorks users would also be able to use DPPO to enhance the performance of their software. According to Dell, DPPO software would offer three main features to enable comprehensive yet simplified system optimization.
“Broadcast and video pros demand top performance and increased speed to optimally run Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects. Customers will appreciate knowing that their system can be returned to peak performance for their application with the DPPO technology,” said Simon Williams, director of strategic relations at Adobe. “If for some reason a customer’s system is altered or they run applications that require radically different set ups, this technology will help deliver optimal performance.”
DPPO is free and is pre-installed on Dell Precision T1650, T3600, T5600, T7600, M4700 and M6700 workstations with Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit) and Windows 8 (64 bit) operating systems. Application profiles are currently available in English for Autodesk Maya, PTC Creo, Dassault SolidWorks with Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects and other profiles would be available soon. French and German languages will be available for download in the coming months with other languages available later this year.
Source: Dell Press Release.
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