Say you had a decent spec'd computer (running Windows) with a dual core processor but you where pushing it to the limit a bit. Would it be possible for Windows not to detect any input at all for a ...
I have heard that one processor can work on only one process at a time. Is this true? If so, then how can a single process be executed in more than one processors at a time? Is this even possible? ...
In Windows, it is possible to make a program run on any number of cores in a multicore processor. It can be set in the Task Manager GUI. Likewise, Is it possible to set the process affinity in Linux, ...
I'm working on a shared linux machine with multicores where I do have admin rights. Is it possible to freeze all the processes of other users (or give them less priority to access to the CPUs) so that ...
How do you limit a single process program run in a Windows environment to run only on a single CPU on a multi-core machine? Is it the same between a windowed program and a command line program? ...
I understand that a multi-core processor can run multiple threads of the same process at the same time using its different cores. Can it also run multiple processes at the same time(each core running ...
I realize for single applications - the application itself has to be designed to take advantage of multiple cores. But what about executing many different applications simultaneously? On my ...
If I have a system with let's say two Quadcore CPUs and HyperThreading enabled, how do I know how the phsyical and virtual cores are sorted? For example if I force a process to run on "CPU 0" how to ...