[wdvltalk-social] [OT] system idle process

Adam Cork adam at iqmarketing.org.uk
Thu Jan 24 09:58:11 GMT 2008

Hello everyone,

I used to be on this (and the main WDVL list) but set my status to idle 
on both, as I wasn't getting time to run through the mail I received 
each day (mainly on the main list). But since the server changeover on 
the social list, I appear to have been set to receive messages again.

I thought I should make my presence known, don't know if any of you 
remember me - I never posted much before.

Anyway, Joseph, the system idle process is designed to account for all 
unused CPU time, so will often show 99% usage. Basically whatever isn't 
used up by other processes.


Adam Cork.

PS: Congrats Matthew, well done. :)

joseph harris wrote:
> Why would the system idle process [yes, yes, M$] hog resources?   And should I do anything to improve its behaviour?
> Joseph Harris [And I am fully aware Windows - Xp Home SP2 -  is not fit to to lick the boots of Macs nor wipe the occasionally dirty parts of linux  ;-)]
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