I've been setting some processes priority in order to see what it actually happens, but, guess what... Nothing; it all runs the same way... I found on Google that priorities are not really linked ...
I opened up Task Manager and looked under the "System" area and saw: Threads: 1337 Since I have a dual-core processor with hyper-threading available (meaning four threads), how is it possible to ...
I routinely have to copy the contents of a folder on a network file system to my local computer. There are many files (1000s) on the remote folder that are all relatively small but due to network ...
I know what a thread is, and I know how they work, but I'm quite confused as to what a user thread and a kernel thread are in terms of what they are allowed to do. Can you please clarify what a ...
I wanted to know what does 2 cores 4 threads mean about a cpu? I am talking about this cpu which i have http://ark.intel.com/products/47341/Intel-Core-i5-520M-Processor-3M-Cache-2_40-GHz I initially ...
I work with applications like Blender, and, according to "Task Manager" and "Resource Monitor", windows uses less than 40% CPU (at most, with the option below) and less than 30% memory when I render a ...
Possible Duplicate: What are threads, and what do they do in the processor? I know a process can have multiple threads, on my Windows 7 machine each process has over 10 threads in avg. But ...
If the kernel is spawned as threads and resides in the memory then how could the ps command identify them if those are not normal process and i give you more look here: root 2 0 0 févr....