Video: Linux running 165 applications simultaneously

A few weeks ago stories were going around and people were proudly showing images of a Mac that was running 150 applications at the same time.

Then someone created a video showing MS Vista running about a 100 apps with just 30% processor load. The computer used was one bit of a heavy iron, nevertheless still impressive.

Here’s a video of a Linux machine that runs 165 applications simultaneously and is still smoothly cruising.


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