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Windows is not and never has been a real time system: it's a multithreaded preemptive scheduling system, and that's different.

Thread delays aren't absolute values, they are minimum values: the thread will delay for at least Xms, and will be available to run from that point - but that doesn't mean it will run immediately, or even soon, depending on other threads in the system and the number of cores available to process them.
As the "Threads : Cores" ratio rises, more and more threads get delayed more and more.

You have no direct control at all over when a thread will run: all you can do is say "wait at least this long"; you can't even guarantee that a thread will complete an operation before a second thread gets in there - so when you are sharing a single resource (such as the console) between multiple threads, you can't even guarantee that each message you see will be complete, much less in an order you want!
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