For some time, there are many Task Manager for Android smartphones. Thus, the belief holds that much available memory when Android is beneficial. However, this increases the battery consumption and Apps for memory-sharing slow down the system, rather than optimize it.On the subject: Antivrus for Android: Do you really need that?
Most Android users are probably not from Apple but from the Windows universe. For a desktop computer, the RAM should be as empty as possible and unnecessary applications are closed, so that the system runs fast and smooth.
Many transfer this knowledge to their Android smartphone and set up a task manager to which empties the memory regularly. We tell you why this is exactly the wrong way to hold your mobile device with the search engines operating system on their toes.
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Android relies heavily on the Linux operating system and uses the memory management management of open source other operating system. This ensures that apps that are not used for a long time, flying from memory.
Here follows the Memory management of Android three principles When asked which applications are first completed:
- Applications in the background that have not been used for a long
- Services that have long ceased to use them
- Parts of an active app that are not used
A full memory Android is therefore more bad than good. For as long as here are stored temporarily a number of application data, the associated apps can also open quickly. The Android system assigns this as long as memory until none is more available.
However, the user should not intervene in this case. That translated to the Android system and associated memory management is weighing, which part or app takes too much RAM to complete and terminates.Start Photogallery(6 images)Disable in six steps Ok Google
Memory empty Android app residues of task managersWindows Task Manager
If the user apps not terminated arbitrarily, but can exercise over the memory the Android system, the application closing by the system is given the opportunity to create an image of the current state. Thus, the user will not be scared when it restarts an app unknowingly and suddenly lands on the main screen, even though the final screen was quite different.
Right here also the problem is with Task managers: save apps for this operation for a short time their data in memory, they are sometimes not removed when you exit the respective app and remain there as a kind of "garbage".
In addition, Android immediately tries again to fill the memory as soon as there is enough free space is available. By re-exporting and the possible restart of the finished Apps of battery consumption can also be affected and the power of the Android smartphones are negatively affected.
How can you optimize still increase your smart phone without the battery consumption, learn it on the next page.
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