What does computer process contain?
What is the difference between a computer process and thread in microprocessor?
What does a computer process contains?
Processes are an operating system concept used to allow multiple programs to appear to run simultaneously on one computer. The operating system allocates at least one process to every program and switches periodically from running one process to another process. As a process is a concept, not a physical object, it does not actually contain anything.
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What is the name of the process by which most of the world's autotrophs make their food?
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What is the process of instructing the computer to solve a problem?
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What computers are used in computer graphics?
The GPU (Graphical Processing Unit), also referred to as the "Graphics Card" or "Video Card" is what processes computer graphics. This is a component in a computer. Computers meant to process this type of data usually contain powerful GPUs and are referred to as "Workstations". They usually contain a large amount of RAM and a large, or sometimes multiple large hard drives.