Windows 7 Optimized for HyperThreading

TH: "HyperThreading was cool. It was an innovative way to process threads concurrently without actually having two physical CPU cores. Of course, then we got two (or more) physical cores with the Core 2 processor, and so went away HyperThreading. But now HyperThreading is back with Intel's Nehalem and even Atom processors supporting the technology, and Microsoft's optimizing Windows 7 for it."

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