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  • 1. Windows uses threads in making processes happen. The computer chip within your computer can execute a certain amount of these processes according to its size. When an actual process starts it first rides into the processor on an IRQ. This is the ability to inturrupt what is either stagnent or available to happen. When the process reaches the processor it is then threadded to a specific portion of the chip for handleing the equation. In essence a user clicks on a program and a series of ones and zeros heads to the CPU. It is within these numbers that each part represents where and when it goes in and through the processor. The reason it is threaded also tracks one instance so that when other instances happen they can relate and correspond with one another completing applications. threads are the light weight process or it is a part of the process which can execute simulteniously by sharing systm resources.... two types of thread 1.user level thread 2.kernel level thread