What Is The Difference Between Multi-Core and Multi-task?
Quote "When running on a multicore system, multitasking OSs can truly execute multiple tasks concurrently. The multiple computing engines work independently on different tasks.
For example, on a dual-core system, four applications - such as word processing, e-mail, Web browsing, and antivirus software - can each access a separate processor core at the same time. You can multitask by checking e-mail and typing a letter simultaneously, thus improving overall performance for applications."
>>can each access a separate processor core at the same time.
this means there won't be any time sharing between these four processors. right?