Hi @vivek myhtri ,
Thanks for contacting Microsoft Q&A platfrom.
You can check how many CPU threads (Logical Processors) in the Task Manager:
- Open Task Manager
- Select Performance tab
- Look Logical Processors (Threads)
or run the following command in a PowerShell or Command Prompt:
wmic CPU Get NumberOfCores,NumberOfLogicalProcessors /Format:List
If you want to increase the number of CPU threads you'll need to create a new Azure virtual machine (VM) with more CPU power, you cannot increase the number of threads in an existing azure VM.
Hope this helps you.