Process management performance at its most basic form is the ability of an application to effectively balance each of its processes and threads to maintain a consistent performance profile.
Ideally, a successful and consistent performance profile is one that is maintained within safe process execution boundaries and is maintained over the lifetime of the running application or process.
An application is a logical grouping of instructions, while a process is defined as an instance of instructions executing within an application. A process may be composed of a single thread or in many cases multiple threads, which execute processing instructions concurrently.
In general, an application thread is a method of implementing multiple ...