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https://docs.microsoft.com/.../windows/desktop/procthread/multitasking

A multitasking operating system divides the available processor time among the processes or threads that need it. The system is designed for preemptive multitasking; it allocates a processor time slice to each thread it executes. The currently executing thread is suspended when its time slice elapses, allowing another thread to run.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/xamarin/ios/platform/multitasking

Multitasking for iPad, by Xamarin University. Multitasking QuickStart. To support Slide Over or Split View your app must do the following:. Be built against iOS 9 (or greater). Use a Storyboard for its Launch Screen (and not image assets).

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026282

Get more done with multitasking in Windows 10. Content provided by Microsoft. Play Video. Learn three different ways to multitask and use multiple desktops in Windows 10. Select the Task View button, or press Alt-Tab on your keyboard to see or switch between apps.

https://docs.microsoft.com/.../ProcThread/when-to-use-multitasking

When to Use Multitasking. 05/31/2018; 2 minutes to read; Contributors. In this article. There are two ways to implement multitasking: as a single process with multiple threads or as multiple processes, each with one or more threads.

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10...

In short, the loss of multitasking functionality and disappearance of the menus seems to have been something very specific to the account that occurred following the Fall update. My workaround - creating a new user account & deleting the original one - has worked, but it doesn't address the root problem which could therefore occur again.