Date precision on Windows
opinali at gmail.com
Mon Sep 14 08:18:31 PDT 2009
Windows 7 seems to be better, check my last comente here:
2009/9/14 Jeroen Frijters <jeroen at sumatra.nl>
> Andrew Haley wrote:
> > Please, someone tell me Windows isn't still using the old 18.2 Hz DOS
> > timer for its system clock. Nooooo....
> Not that it is true, but why would that be bad?
> By default (most) multi core/cpu Windows systems run at a 15 ms timer
> interrupt interval (10 ms for single cpu/core systems), but programs can
> request a smaller interval (down to 1 ms).
> Running the timer interrupt at a lower frequency helps if you care about
> throughput and/or battery life.
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