Windows 8 will be more hard"core" with multiple cores.
The growth in processing power hasn't come so much from ramping up the clock frequency, but rather in adding more cores and increasing efficiency.
With growing core counts and technologies such as HyperThreading, Windows' task manager needed to evolve in order to accommodate future hardware. The good news is that a revised Task Manager will be a part of Windows 8. Microsoft's Ryan Haveson, a group program manager on the User Experience team, last month gave a preview of what the Task Manager would look like when dealing with a ton of logical cores.
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