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Parabon's desktop application that unobtrusively harnesses the excess capacity of a host computer for use on a Frontier Grid.
A client submits computational work called a job, which is broken down into smaller units called tasks, to the Frontier server.
Whenever you connect to the Internet, the Frontier Compute Engine retrieves one or more tasks from the Frontier server.
Depending on your settings, whenever your computer is on, the Frontier Compute Engine begins processing tasks either in the background or during idle time and periodically saves results.
Once tasks are complete, the Frontier Compute Engine sends the results back to the Frontier server and retrieves more tasks to process. You don't have to stay connected to the network for the Frontier Compute
Engine to work, but the longer you stay connected, the more tasks the Frontier Compute Engine can retrieve for processing.