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OS 9.1: What's a "nanokernal"?
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Jan 4, 2001, 07:19 PM
I see that OS 9.1 has a new "nanokernal". What is this? Is this why it is supposedly faster than 9.0.4?
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Jan 4, 2001, 09:10 PM
A nanokernel is what delegates taks. The fast (more optimized) the nanokernal, the faster taks get delegated, the faster the process can happen, the faster the computer runs.

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