Typically no; but people, like computer systems, need a break - a chance to recover, possibly more often as they age. Computers can be replaced, people cannot -- please relax if the opportunity presents itself.
you cannot multitask on the itouch unless you jailbreak it.
That is the correct spelling of the word "multitask" (to do several things concurrently).
As with all computers early mainframes did not multitask (early microcomputers did not multitask, early minicomputers did not multitask, early supercomputers did not multitask). Now almost all computers multitask. Multitasking has nothing to do with the size of a computer, it is almost entirely a software feature of the OS running on the computer.
Tell me about your organization skills and how you are able to multitask
because PC's can multitask on PC multitask is like switching file on ps3 multitask is like putting in a new game
If the iPad is running version iOS 4.2 or later then it will be able to multitask apps that have been designed to multitask.
While some can multitask, others can only do one thing at a time. For some, multitasking can seem difficult or challenging. :)
Yes. Most operating systems that ever existed can multitask. Otherwise it would be pointless to use an OS instead of just writing a program.
Single-user multitask operating systems are also known as network operating systems
because a PC can multitask when a xbox/ps3 only does what the game tells them to do ! on a PC a multitask is like telling it to only work on 1 file and work on another later.... on a xbox/ps3 a multitask is like playing a completely different game!
You have to multitask
How To Batman - 2009 How to Multitask 3-10 was released on: USA: 19 May 2010
Yes, you're using one
double tap the home button
The adjective for multi-task is multi-taskful.
handling phone calls while typing.
doing two tasks at once