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C# executable on a multi processor machine

I have a console application in C# which I run as an exe. The server on
which the application runs has four processors but the application only
uses one processor. Is there any way I can get the application to use
all four processors?


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booksnore wrote:
I have a console application in C# which I run as an exe. The server on
which the application runs has four processors but the application only
uses one processor. Is there any way I can get the application to use
all four processors?


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I can assume that you should use multiple threads in your app if you
want to take advantage of a multiprocessor system

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