Qus:    Difference between thread and process?
Dec 18, 2020 09:42 2 Answers Views: 91 SHIVA

  A process is a program under execution that is an active program whereas a thread is a lightweight process that can be managed independently by a scheduler.



  Threads are usually made for small tasks, whereas processes are used for more ‘heavyweight’ tasks – basically the execution of applications.

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PARTH Dec 19, 2020 05:42
Answer:   A process is a program under execution that is an active program whereas a thread is a lightweight process that can be managed independently by a scheduler.

PADMAKEECHU Dec 19, 2020 08:33
Answer:   Threads are usually made for small tasks, whereas processes are used for more ‘heavyweight’ tasks – basically the execution of applications.

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