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CentOS installs on different hardware, but, It's all PCs which vary less than phones, A Ubuntu kernel, Debian kernel, and Elementary kernel are all different kernel sources. As for your second point, see the answer(s) posted earlier.
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It's true that in desktop computers many programs are not optimized for using multiple cores, and getting a powerful dual core processor would be a lot better than a less powerful quad core processor in many cases. In many cases, the performance per core will be worse if you add more cores. However, the Android API was pretty much designed to take advantage ...
@vishalaestro Android doesn't work like that, many if not most "drivers" are closed source proprietary binaries and shared libraries, as well as some firmware files in kernel sources. You can't flip drivers on Android devices like you can in Windows as those "drivers" are tightly built into the Android system, tied to numerous sevices and many standard ...
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