Difference between multi threading and multi tasking?

Difference between multi threading and multi tasking?..

Answer / avinash

Multithreading is a light weight process. Basically is shares
a memory spaces to run(not stack). In simple words, it's
running of more than one light weight process at a time.

for Example: on your desktop both analog and digital clock
runs at a same time.

Multitasking is doing different tasks at a same time. Like for
example: listening to music , and at a same time your typing
something in ms-word .

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