Thank you for the quick response.
In fact, now I'm thinking about buying the Geekbench 4 Pro license, but it's not clear to me what things I can do with this license that I can not with the Geekbench 4 license of USD 15. I was studying the comparative table, but it's not very explanatory.
I await comments. Thanks again.
Geekbench 4 Pro supports the use of Standalone Mode, which allows you to run Geekbench from removable media. This can be very handy for benchmarking many devices. It is also licensed for commercial use which is necessary for some use cases, and includes a variety of additional command-line features to support running specific workloads, changing the number of iterations that the workloads are run for in each benchmark, and more. Geekbench 4 Pro is also required to enable the command line interface on Windows and Mac, but since the Linux interface is on the command line by default there is no change in that respect for the Pro version.