The benchmark details screen helps you understand how the test works. It describes the key features of each workload, setup information, and other details such as the estimated running time.
Click on the large, orange Run button to start the benchmark
Some benchmarks have settings that you change to create a custom benchmark run. Click on Settings to open the Edit run view.
You can include or exclude individual workloads and change other settings as needed. Adjust the settings to your preferences, close the Edit run view, then click the orange Run custom button to start the benchmark.
When you run a benchmark with custom settings, you will get results from each workload as well as hardware performance monitoring information, but no overall score. You only get an official PCMark 10 benchmark score when you run a test with the default settings.