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anyone have any good servers to suggest for a new player to minecraft?
I would ay my server but you already joined

Minecraft is unfortunately single-threaded although there are mods and plugins that are multi-threaded themselves...
post #12 of 14
Minecraft is single threaded because its ran off java. If java was remake into a multitreared software then I'm sure minecraft would be using that if it were to be available.
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You can assign extra threads for garbage collection which may alleviate a slight load on the main thread, other than that kind of up the creek.
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I know this is a bit old... but I tried a cracked version of minecraft, just to see if i liked it before i bought it... and I loved it. So.. I now have a legit, paid version of Minecraft. However, the cracked version seems to have been running on 2 threads (on a 4 thread CPU), but the legit client only runs on a single thread. Why would this happen like that?
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