Android Newby here, I've had my Nexus for 2 weeks and so far I am very pleased. I've been reading thru the forums and picked up several tips. (Many Thanks on that note.) However I have a question about Apps running and the Maps & Music application. First Question: RAM - Should I reboot on a regular basis? Here's why I'm asking. It started when I noticed that my home page wouldn't "slide" when I tried to go from one side to the other. It had a pause or wouldn't go at all. None of the other apps or displays seemed to have a problem. That's when I notice that on Apps Running I was using nearly 173 MB. Under Apps Running I have Settings, com.android.sprintmenu, Market, Google Services and Android Keyboard running. A reboot of the phone brought the ram usage back down to 99 MB and my home page seems to be working properly. So is a reboot a regular maintenance activity? Next Question: Maps and Music Applications. Here's why I'm asking. When I reboot, Maps and Music start up. And Maps seem to use quite a few resources. Are these Apps necessary? Or how can I set preferences so they don't start up on reboot? I apologize up front if these seem like stupid questions. The forum has been of great assistance in helping me get familiar with my new device.