After searching, I was unable to find any post that deals with my particular problem, and I don't know if it's a problem or something I have to deal with. On my LG Eve (unlocked, not yet rooted), when I run TasKiller, I notice that there are two items in the list that look like configuration files (window with a gear in front of it): com.tni.TasKiller:Capptain beworx.com Obvisouly, the first one is linked to TasKiller and if I kill the configuration file, it kills the TasKiller process. When I try to kill beworx.com, though, it does nothing. The file remains in the list and is also visible in the TasKiller widget. (Speaking of the widget, when I kill TasKiller, the icon for the 2 configuration files usually remain, even if I autokill everything.) Doing a little searching on the tubes, I found that beworx.com are the developer for Quick Settings. I don't think I downloaded that app yet, but I might have and subsequently deleted it. Is it possible that the configuration file remains after I uninstall an app? If so, how do I remove that config file? I'm testing out a bunch of different apps, trying to find just the right ones, so I am installing and uninstalling a bunch of different stuff on an almost daily basis. I'm currently using Uninstaller by Rhythm Software, v1.3.8. Is there a better (more thorough) uninstaller? TIA!