You guys are aware that killing apps takes away from the native way Android functions and kills your battery, right? I'm not talking about limiting apps, I'm talking about killing them. The force close is designed for apps that are not performing properly or somehow are hung up (perpetual download, frozen, etc.). Killing them on a regular basis hurts the overall operations of the device and in most cases can actually cause your phone to lag since you are telling the OS that you will eventually handle these apps and it doesn't need to. The OS hasn't needed micro management since 2.2 and it certainly doesn't need it in 4.0.
If you leave the phone alone to let it run the way it is designed it will learn what needs to be sitting in the background and what doesn't.
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