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  1. jpgoggin

    jpgoggin Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I just noticed that Astro has a built-in task killer. (Please no more about if we NEED a task killer) What I like about the killer on astro is that it lets me see how much memory and cpu a task or process is actually using before I kill it. I rarely use a task killer. Only when a task seems to be hanging up. It looks like Astro has the functionality I need, so I will remove Advanced Task Killer.
     

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  2. hookem

    hookem Well-Known Member

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    Saw that too in new update. Not sure if I'll use it, but good to see how resources are being used.
     
  3. jpgoggin

    jpgoggin Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I noticed it for the first time today when I updated. I wasn't sure if it was a new feature or not. I guess it is.
     

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