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Quote: Originally Posted by brianzion
thats why i suggested looking with the process monitor because it will show every process what you are using, in your screen shot is a summary, the system idle process does not use power it is telling you how much is available what is free not being used. here are some of my processors
Holy Balls, all those Chrome processes can't be good.
well there is a reason for that chrome uses individual processors so if there is a crash the culprit processor crashes only. so not crashing the whole browser instead.
It's an operating system. I say this because Chrome has a feature that's extremely desirable for a cloud computing user environment: multiprocessing, which is designed to shut off troublesome browser bugs without shutting down the browser itself.
Multiprocessing or multitasking explains how modern computer operating systems -- especially Linux -- handle so much data without constantly crashing. Tasks are handled simultaneously, parsed into chunks that can be crunched in parallel. And when data can't be crunched? Quit the process instead of the OS. On a Mac, this is called "Force Quit." (Not sure what to call the Windows equivalent.)
Here's my point: Cloud computing depends on transforming the Web into a giant operating system that possesses the security and stability we demand from Windows, the Mac, Linux, and so on. No one expects this will happen soon; it's a process of gradual improvement. Chrome, with multiprocessing, appears to be a gradual improvement.