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Old November 17th, 2009, 05:27 PM   #92 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by vincentp View Post
I'm not a developer, so I really don't know how exactly it works, but honestly just having the program running and constantly monitoring background processes is a full time job, so it's clearly going to use resources. I don't see the point, really. Most of the programs I end up closing just reopen themselves anyways as background processes, and my battery life is just peachy, so I'm avoiding task killing apps unless I specifically need to stop something.
I agree with you. Any app consume resources. So ATK consume resources too. We don't need to kill apps all the time. We only need to use it to kill some buggy apps.
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