Drakaz took aggresive stance against apps regarding cleaning their cache or killing them in his latest Galaxo 126.96.36.199. That basically means if you surf the web and go to home screen, returning back will result in reloading of the page which takes time and bandwidth. The phone is quite snappy because all apps got killed almost instantly when pushed to background. What you can do to be able to surf without that reloading, you can do the following: install minfreemanager (6,8,10,20,22,24) or recreate boot.img with modified init.rc I don't use compcache from galaxo.conf, so if you want to try how I'm doing it, do the following: make sure the compcache is turned off in "Galaxo Configuraton" do 'adb shell' and then: Code (Text): su bash dd if=/dev/zero of=/sdcard/sd/swap.swp bs=1024 count=50000 chmod 0600 /sdcard/sd/swap.swp mkswap /sdcard/sd/swap.swp swapon /sdcard/sd/swap.swp echo 60 > /proc/sys/vm/swappiness to make changes permanent, do the following: Code (Text): echo 'swapon /sdcard/sd/swap.swp' >> /system/bin/rc echo 'echo 60 > /proc/sys/vm/swappiness' >> /system/bin/rc You'll then need to install some kind of "autokill" app or taskmanager to free that swap from unneeded apps, we want only browser to stay active in the background. This won't make your phone snappier, but the phone will be much more usable if you use it for surfing the web.