Originally Posted by phasys
Uh, no. A single core can run 200 processes at the same time. That's why timeslicing and interrupts were invented. The core runs that at millions of calculations per second, so for the human feel it all runs at the same time.
Even a Commodore 64 already ran several things "at once". Trying to imply that a single core only runs one process is a bit silly to say the least.
Did you even bother to read the second sentence?
It's not funny or clever taking one sentence out of context to try to big yourself up!
Originally Posted by eric
Maybe phasys is right, n0ahg.
He is wrong as usual as at any one time a single core can only execute one process as I explained in the second sentence!