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  1. jackdubl

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    Not looking for a debate on whether to use a task killer or not. Just want to know if the System Panel task killer still works after the 2.2 update. Doesn't seem to work the same for me.
     

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    I'm hearing all task killers are nor needed. Because 2.2 does not cashe apps anymore. But I could be wrong.
     
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    I use system panel pro, to monitor for reboots

    So i can run a report to see CPU usage over last 2, 4, 8 hours and see if there are any reboot spikes.

    Thats the only reason i use it
     
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    If it's true that you just don't go with task killers anymore, I'm gonna miss my big red System Panel kill button. Can anyone verify?
     
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    you can leave it if you really want the button. :p Try it out. Go one day of normal use of the app and then try a day without and see what you feel is right. only thing i can say because im not a DEV or anything.

    i only use mine to see what my temp is and what my CPU is running because mine is overclocked.
     
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    I have read 2.2 pretty much manages all of that on its own.

    Personal opinion, i wouldn't use one specifically as a task killer.
     
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    Then you're doing it wrong.

    You can still use System Panel for monitoring and killing a rogue (poorly coded) app if it causes you trouble. Mass killing apps is just not good for the system as a whole.
     
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    I've found that it doesn't work as well in 2.2. I still use it for monitoring - never did use it for killing tasks much.
     

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