Threads are scheduled to run based on their scheduling priority. Each thread is assigned a scheduling priority. The priority levels range from zero (lowest priority) to 31 (highest priority).
***Only the zero-page thread can have a priority of zero. (The zero-page thread is a system thread responsible for zeroing any free pages when there are no other threads that need to run.)***
Q. Is this zero-page thread is created immediately after the process is created?
If a higher-priority thread becomes available to run, the system rejects to execute the lower-priority thread (without allowing it to finish using its time slice), and assigns a full time slice to the higher-priority thread.
Q. So the process will only run one thread at a time since its after the highest priority thread only! So the concept of multi-threading doesn't exist! Can you clarify please
Please clarify your answer, if you don't mind! Talk to me like you are talking to 3 years old kid...I'm trying to understand the concepts before i go into cosing multi-threads.