It's impossible for humans and most upper-end animals to avoid multi-tasking -- ever have a conversation over dinner? Scratch your head while taking a walk?
However, in all animals and even in computers, there's an upper limit on how much multi-tasking one can do at one time. Too much multi-tasking means:
The trick, as ever, is moderation in all things.
Cooperative multitasking is multitasking tohelp someone else, while peemative multitasking is multiaatsking for yourself.
girls. there brain is built for multitasking
Preemptive multitasking is when the operating system preemptively interrupts a current task without cooperation. Cooperative multitasking is when the system must be programmed to do tasks.
No, but multitasking can be enabled if you Jailbreak your ipod touch. Use greenposi0n.com jailbreak website to download jailbreak program. Jailbreak iPod touch Then use loader to download cydia app. go into cydia and search multitasking. then install multitasking enabler. Go into winterboard checkoff the multitasking enable option respring and you will have multitasking.
Windows NT 3.1 was the first to use a preemptive multitasking. However, it was Windows 95 which had true multitasking.
Multitasking does not work on a iPhone 3G, You must Jailbreak your Phone to do that (Beaware that your phone would be very slow with Multitasking)
walking and eating a ice cream cone is multitasking. if your doing more than one thing at the same time then its called multitasking.
The second generation iPod Touch does not have the capabilities to handle multitasking. You cannot get multitasking on the second generation iPod Touch.
Yes. Multitasking is dependent on the operating system, not the processor.
Both. Windows 3.1 and earlier used cooperative multitasking. Windows 95 and later use preemptive multitasking.