Which operating system supports Intel Hyper-Threading Technology?
These are the following Windows Operating Systems that support Intel Hyper-Threading Technology: Windows XP Professional and Home Edition, Windows Vista Home Basic, Premium, Ultimate and Business. And for Linux users: Red Hat Linux Ver 9(Professional and Personal versions), SuSE Linux Ver 8.2 (Professional and Personal versions), Red Flag Linux Desktop ver 4.0, COSIX Linux 4.0
Windows XP and Windows Vista, Intel's Hyperthreading did not exist before these Operating Systems. Now I may be wrong here, but I am confident that hyperthreading is a technology built into the processor itself, and any operating system should be able to utilize it. You are right to the extent that Hyper Threading is built into the processor itself, but a chipset and OS which supports hyper threading are also required. Here is the link…
1. Operating System - The software that supports a computer's basic functions, such as scheduling tasks, executing applications, receiving input, displaying and communicating output to screen or print, and controlling peripherals. 2. The operating environment of the computer - Supercomputer, Mainframe, Server, Desktop, Workstation, Handheld, Real time, Embedded system, Smart card operating system, Specialized operating system.
Operating system is more important than the application software, in the sense that the operating system is the mother of all software that are to run on the computer. without the operating system, it is impossible for the computer to run. operating system provides a platform for all other software to be installed on. it is actually the main software that supports all other software.
Short for New technology File System, one of the file system for the Windows NT operating system (Windows NT also supports the FAT file system). NTFS has features to improve reliability, such as transaction logs to help recover from disk failures. To control access to files, you can set permissions for directories and/or individual files. NTFS files are not accessible from other operating systems such as DOS.