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ReactOS is still in alpha stage, meaning it is not feature-complete and is recommended only for evaluation and testing purposes.
Since this sounds confusing to me, let me clarify: ROS has a fully-fledged scheduler, and everything in the NT kernel (and thus in ROS's kernel) is asynchronous and concurrent by its very nature. So it is by all means multi-threaded, it just doesn't use multiple processors or processor cores (uniprocessor kernel).middings wrote:At present the code runs single-threaded although there are portions written with multi-threading in mind for the future.
Thank you ThFabba for catching and correcting my mistake. I realized that ReactOS must already be multi-threaded in order to reproduce Microsoft Windows NT behaviors as well as it presently does. By the time I realized my error your sharp eye had already caught my mistake.
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