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Task Manager for Android?

Something like the windows one, where I can see what's chewing up all the processor and/or memory.

Such a thing exist?

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You can download Task Panel 2 lite. There's alot of them btw. 

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5 hours ago, xAcid9 said:

Task Panel 2 lite

Nothing like that shows up in the Android play store...

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1 hour ago, Radium_Angel said:

Nothing like that shows up in the Android play store...

Sry, System Panel Lite or System Panel 2. They changed the name i guess, used to be Task Panel many years ago.

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3ctool box

all tasks included, many system apps lol

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Keep in Mind, do not "kill" Apps in a regular basis. Only, if the App itself froze or something.

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23 hours ago, Darkseth said:

Keep in Mind, do not "kill" Apps in a regular basis. Only, if the App itself froze or something.

Why? I kill apps daily...

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because Android Ram management works great, no need to destroy it by killing apps.

 

All you do, is reducing your System's stability (because Apps get "killed", they don't have time to save their data before they close), and increase battery consumption (because the System has to start them over and over again).

 

This was especially true many many years ago (Android 2.2~ times), when such task killers were popular. But ultimately did nothing but reducing your battery life, and data loss :P

 

 

As long an App doesn't freeze, there is literaly not 1 single benefit in "killing" an App.

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