Thread Vs Task

These two terms together are really confusing, so let's learn what they are:

These two terms together are really confusing, So let's learn what they are:

A thread is a point of control flow in a task. They are similar to processes, in that both represent a single sequence of instructions executed in parallel with other sequences, either by time slicing or multiprocessing. Threads are a way for a program to split itself into two or more simultaneously running tasks. Whereas
A task a set of program instructions is loaded in memory. It exists to provide resources for the threads it contains. This split is made to provide for parallelism and resource sharing.

To understand both the terms clearly see the link below:

http://kernelcoder.blogspot.com/2007/10/os-concepts-thread-vs-task.html