Does this mean that it is not clear, how much total cpu load is used? Are these 100 percent not the one hundred percent my cpu could work? Is that what I misunderstood?
I'm not saying that you're wrong. I believe you're right. But if the task manager does not show the "real" load of my cpu it...
Well here it is:
("Leerlaufprozess" is the german term for "system idle process")
With Internet Explorer:
With normal Explorer window:
Whenever I generate some CPU load, the sum in this task manager window is exactly 100.
Edit: If you can't get over 2%...
Okay, I got that. But I still don't get the clou of what I can see.
Let's take it slow, example:
My firefox.exe takes 45% cpu load.
All other processes are almost idle, at very little above 0%.
Now I see the "system idle process" at 55%.
I understand your definition this way...
Well, it's definitly a nice explanation, but try to explain this effect:
I opened my task manager to understand your posting. Then I tried the following:
- I kept the task manager open
- I clicked somewhere in this HTML document and held the button down
- I pressed the keys "END" - "POS1"...