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Background tasks

Background tasks—tasks performed when an application's message loop is idle—provide a mechanism for handling low-priority tasks in a single-user environment. In a Remote Desktop Services environment, however, one user's background task competes for CPU cycles with another user's foreground tasks. When multiple users are running both foreground and background tasks, the CPU demands are much higher than when all users are running only foreground tasks. To maximize CPU availability for all users, either disable background tasks when running in a Remote Desktop Services environment or create efficient background tasks that are not resource-intensive.

 

 

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