Due to the :term:`Global Interpreter Lock`, in CPython only one thread
+ ue to the :term:`Global Interpreter Lock`, only one thread
can execute Python code at once (even though certain performance-oriented
libraries might overcome this limitation).
- If you want your application to make better
of use of the computational
+ If you want your application to make better use of the computational
resources of multi-core machines, you are advised to use
:mod:`multiprocessing` or :class:`concurrent.futures.ProcessPoolExecutor`.
However, threading is still an appropriate model if you want to run