I want to achieve better performance through parallelism. The
thread-level parallelism is not an option, because it is not *really*
parallel.

In Linux, kernel.fork makes it easy to achieve task level parallelism.

In windows, kernel.spawn seems to be the most closed equivalent.
However, it requires to specify the ruby.exe location and script
location explicitly, which may be not available at runtime.

Is there a better way to achieve task level parallelism in Windows?

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