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why is my multithreaded app dead slow?

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#1 spike__m


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Posted 23 September 2005 - 03:58 PM

:thumbsup: Hi folks,

Just finished a project in VS2003. I split my app into a GUI part and a processing part, the latter was launched in a separate thread. At the outset, I had not made this split and performace was fine. The multithreaded approach made it about 20 times slower! I tried lots of stuff, of course I gave priority highest, put the thread in the backgrount to avoid it being managed. What did I miss?

my platform is win2000 with .net framework 1.1

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