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difference between multithreading and hyperthreading?

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  1. osanseviero
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    In hyper threading certain sections of the CPU are duplicated, so that the processor can appear, to the operating system, to be two logical processors. The operating system can then scheduels two threads or processes to run simultaniously. Multithreading: allows multiple threads to exist within the context of a single process, sharing the process resources but able to execute independently. It can allow a single process, to be executed in parralal in multi CPU system.

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    i need more clear cut explanations dude?help me. if u have any picture also send me.

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