One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A short interval of time during which a computer or its central processor deals uninterruptedly with one user or program, before switching to another.
- ‘The Linux scheduling algorithm will sometimes give the most unimportant and nicest process a time slice, even in circumstances where a higher-priority process is executable.’
time slice/ˈtīm ˌslīs/
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