I was thinking more about interrupts or Windows doing how it does with process prioritization. Meaning, instead of commands stacking, the process could essentially be expedited. I get lost in whole big O computation though, so, that might not even be viable.
That sounds pretty awesome! But why not VNC? I haven’t used it yet, so I don’t really know how it works, but from my understanding, it is basically what you described with server X. On another note, I really need to get a raspberry pi
Oh man. A gross over-statement would be that it is a shell, for Windows. It runs on the .NET Framework, but, there’s also Powershell Core that runs on .NET Core, which can be run on linux. If you’re familiar with .NET and an administrator, it’s a god-send compared to CMD. I’ll take writing a powershell script or module over a batch file any day. Check it out, if anything, it may cause you to like Windows just a bit more than you do now. Oh, they also incorporated (most, if not all) usual shell commands like mkdir, rmdir, ls, etc. by alias, or you can use the long hand New-Item, Remove-Item, Get-ChildItem, respectively. Pretty simple to use and easy to learn. The trick is, like learning how to use the man pages, you have to learn how to use Get-Help.