Explain pre-emptive scheduling, Computer Engineering

Explain Pre-emptive scheduling?

Pre-emptive scheduling: in its approach, center processing unit can be taken away from a process if there is a require while in a non-pre-emptive approach if one time a process has been specified  the CPU, the CPU can't  be taken away from such process, unless the process  leaves or completes the CPU for performing an Input and Output.

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