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Old 21 April 2015, 23:53   #14
Leandro Jardim
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Originally Posted by demolition View Post
This is called 'System Idle Process' and I don't think it can be disabled (neither should it). On DOS/95/98, the CPU was always running at 100% unless you used something like Waterfall which I think worked by running a HALT instruction in a low priority thread.
Oh yes, I saw the "System Idle Process" on Task Manager, and I think you are right about the DOS/95/98 (I mean, I read the Waterfall docs only ), but I was talking about the nomenclature used in programs like CPU-Idle and Waterfall. I really didnt know the difference, thought.
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