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Worse yet, Thread.Sleep doesn't even guarantee that the thread will actually give up its time slice. If there are no other threads ready to run at the same priority, your Thread is not suspended.

T minimum time a Thread can "sleep" is dependent on the system timer and its resolution. The timer is dependent on hardware and O/S implementation. From the Sleep function[^] in the Win32 documentation:

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The system clock "ticks" at a constant rate. If dwMilliseconds is less than the resolution of the system clock, the thread may sleep for less than the specified length of time. If dwMilliseconds is greater than one tick but less than two, the wait can be anywhere between one and two ticks, and so on. To increase the accuracy of the sleep interval, call the timeGetDevCaps function to determine the supported minimum timer resolution and the timeBeginPeriod function to set the timer resolution to its minimum. Use caution when calling timeBeginPeriod, as frequent calls can significantly affect the system clock, system power usage, and the scheduler. If you call timeBeginPeriod, call it one time early in the application and be sure to call the timeEndPeriod function at the very end of the application.


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