You are virtually correct... Samsung "Galaxy S" (TW) phones offer a built in app manager. However, for the most part Android by its self does a great job of managing apps, "task killers" as a stand alone app, are a waste of resources (i.e. battery life) and in many instances, actually use MORE SYSTEM resources then the apps it's designed to kill! "Task Killer" in many instances isn't actually showing running apps, rather what's in memory. Android OS will update this when newer apps are opened, the Android OS will manage this as needed. Immediately removing it won't do anything in the short or long term, another app once opened or sometimes not opened will fill this are, normally within seconds or minutes of you removing it.djVindicator wrote:Isn't automatic task-killing built into the Android system? Or, am I mistaken?
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