Difference between a Process and an application Tags: Microsoft Windows XP Last response: July 26, 2005 8:37 PM in Windows XP Share Anonymous July 26, 2005 6:01:10 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?) Hi, I would like to know the difference between a Process and an application. More about : difference process application Anonymous July 26, 2005 8:37:56 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.general (More info?) To simplify, process works in background and is started by the system, while application works in foreground and is started by the user. Rachit wrote: > Hi, > I would like to know the difference between a Process and an > application. > Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Difference between processers Forum SolvedThermal Paste application process? Forum SolvedCAT5/CAT5E Distance - Does the signal or application make a difference? Forum SolvedWhat exactly is the process between Amazon and UPS International Shipping? Forum SolvedWhat's the difference between these 2 AsRock mini itx motherboards? Forum SolvedWhat is the difference between the 2 gtx760's Forum SolvedWhat is the difference between XFX 550w Core Edition and XFX 550W TS Gold? And do they work with GTX 770? Forum SolvedDifference between USB1112 and USB910? Forum SolvedDifference between this two graphics card? Forum I can't kill any hung process with any application or command. Forum SolvedNotice the difference between 60Hz vs 120Hz? Forum SolvedDifference between i5 or i7 In Games Like Arma 3, GTA, or Planetside 2? Forum SolvedSignificant difference between wired and wireless speeds? Forum SolvedDifference between resolutions Forum SolvedWhat's the difference between a low quality case and a higher end one? Forum SolvedDifference between 720p 900p 1080p? Forum SolvedWhat is the difference between those 2 psu's Forum SolvedCortex v/s Krait: Difference between Forum SolvedIs there much difference between these two medium level AMD GPU's Forum SolvedPerformance difference between 2nd gen and 4th gen Core i5 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !