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    Default Activity Monitor / Task Manager App
    I think this would be a good app to see what is running and more importantly how things are running (in regards to how much CPU it is taking) and how it apps are affecting battery life.

    ANy thoughts?

    Rippey

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    I second that request. I'd really like to find out if apps are still running in the background after i press the "home" button. Is it possible to run out of resources?

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    NES still runs in the background if u don't close it correctly... u can see the little logo in the status bar at the top of the screen

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    sysinfo do show you what is running but there are so many app running i dont know which one should be closed or not.

    By the way is there any way to quit an application when you are in it ? because I always press home i dont know if this close application or jsut hide it

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    Quote Originally Posted by netuser View Post
    sysinfo do show you what is running but there are so many app running i dont know which one should be closed or not.

    By the way is there any way to quit an application when you are in it ? because I always press home i dont know if this close application or jsut hide it
    Press and hold (don't let go!) the home while you're in an app for 10 secs. or more, then screen will return to the SpringBoard.

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    Oh thnaks did not know this. So till now i was just hidding all my application lolzz

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    Actually most applications shut themselves down eventually.
    Programs like mail keep running while they are downloading new mail, then exit.

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    can i suggest using sbsettings(it's got a process button that lists running apps)

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