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What multithreading methods do different OS use?

multithreading one to one many to one many to many windows redhat debian

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What multithreading methods do (NT6 and after that(win7,8,10),redhat,debian) use ?

what are their reasons for choosing their methods?


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Sounds like a good question to ask Google.


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i searched first .and all topics and books was about windows xp .and didnt noiticed the nt6.0,1,2,3(windows 7,8,10).

can you give me a link that has an answer?


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at last ive found an article about the question:
http://en.wikipedia....nd_fiber_issues
windows7 and Linux supporting 1 to 1 models.windows 7 also supporting hybrid model(many to many).and also win32api(all windows nt family) support fiber .


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