How to monitor log app wise usage report RAM CPU Batt memory RAM resident apps from starting at boot


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How to monitor log app wise usage report RAM CPU Battery and stop RAM resident apps from starting at boot

Many time my Android 5.0 & 6.0 mobile become slow while working i checked it In process stat in developer mode that there are many of apps running and using RAM even after closing the app it means they are memory resident may be for notification and running in background.

We can force stop from app or kill process but it's for time being now my queries

  1. Any App to.Record whole day log report for all apps how much total RAM CPU battery it's using while working on app and after closing the app means RAM using statistics app wise for whole day weak or.month

  2. How to kill running apps proccess forcefully stop for temp running and freeing the ram urgently.

  3. How to permanently stop (not uninstalling app) the apps or background services from.startup or disable from memory resident as and whenever we boot or start those apps run in background. Is there any way in Android to stop from.running in startup or resident memory RAM after closing app.
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DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!
stop worrying about ram. android is very good at managing ram
here is a decent explanation:

from the article:
Why it may not even make a difference to reduce RAM usage
To most of us, RAM operates in mysterious ways. We can’t break it down to you in a single post, but we can tell you that trying to control RAM may sometimes result in wasted time. Android will ultimately do whatever the heck it wants.

Android will ultimately do whatever the heck it wants to do.
Android is pretty smart. It knows which data it needs, when it needs it, and for how long it needs it. If an app is idle too long, the operating system will know to clear its data. In a similar manner, Android will clear out older files in the RAM when new ones need space.

Furthermore, clearing out the RAM may become an endless war between you and the operating system. If Android keeps pulling data into the RAM, it is because it likely needs it for some reason or another. Kill it and the operating system will be left wondering: “Hey, where did that file go? Let’s put it back in there”. You will then kill the task again and the dance will go on endlessly. You’ll also waste a lot of battery power in the process.