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Old 2012-12-13, 05:01   #1
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"Jason Goatcher"
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Default When did Java *partially* fix their loaded cpu problem?

I've always assumed each Java instance would max out a core, at least according to Windows Task Manager.

So what changed, Windows Task Manager or Java? I have 6 AMD Phenom cores and one Java instance at 5% instead of my accustomed to 16%.

And, no, I wouldn't be surprised if I missed this little tidbit for years, though I'm still hoping for an answer. :)
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