remember: most applications are single threaded unless it was coded to utilized multiple threads.
thanks for the input sir, this makes a lot of sense. followup question lang:
lets say process1 is indeed single-threaded. Process1 runs, utilizing core1 fully (100%).
then there's another single-threaded process, lets call it process2, runs at the same time.
will it (process1) impact process2 and process2 will not run at all, or will it utilize another free core to its own?
thanks again Linux/UX folks!