Windows Server 2019 Performance Benchmarked Against Linux On An Intel Xeon Server
Written by Michael Larabel in Operating Systems on 27 December 2018. Page 5 of 6. 12 Comments

Windows Server 2019 surprisingly took a first place finish with the Node.js Octane benchmark and had a 7% performance boost compared to Windows Server 2016.

Debian 9.6 managed to push Windows Server 2019 back into second place for the FLAC audio encode benchmark.

Windows Server still comes out in front of Linux with the Minion Solitaire benchmark.

As we've seen on other hardware platforms too, the Perl performance on Windows Server when using Strawberry Pi struggles compared to the Linux operating systems.

Fedora and Clear Linux performed much better for R than the other operating systems.

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