What is process, Computer Engineering

In Windows, Thread is a unit of implementation. Process is the environment in which thread implements. Scheduler, schedules the Threads not the process. In Unix variants, Thread is treated as light weight process. Scheduler, schedules the process not threads.      

 

 

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