Computers now have more than one brain. They are called “cores”. If you buy a new computer today you’ll almost certainly get a machine that uses a multi-core processor. In this video newsletter, Andy Walker explains what a multi-core processor is and how it works. And what the difference is between the various Intel multi-core processors available in new computers today. Plus get a bonus tip on how to assign your program to a specific core on your XP or Vista computer.
- Download CPU-Z
- Read our article on multi-core processors
- Visit the TechnologyTips Software Library
- Visit Dell to see their multi-core computers
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