Android:does it make sense to forcibly terminate running applications?


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Competent people, please, clarity.

First, how run app on Android? it happens consistently the situation when I did not run, and taskmanager they glow(and completely "left", like for example Facebook-a).

Second, if the application is running, whether it consumes the battery — and, accordingly, whether to force complete(through the task Manager) all applications not needed at the moment?

Acer Liquid, Android 2.2

Thank you.
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Yes! Consume energy. As you complete a task do not be processor "eats" it.
On older smart phones I've been using the special. managers killed them!
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As far as I know, the sense in this. You need to be — very close.
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Liquido, hi.
I conclude when to close a lot of things
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no
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In task Manager, not only running tasks, but the tasks are closed, but run recently. There are problems that are really hung and can't complete. Such tasks can be removed forcibly, and the remaining end after a certain period of non-use.
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It makes no sense to close. It is not afraid of the word "belief" stretches from win mobile, but there had to be closed, otherwise the system started to slow down and stuff... Now this mechanism is well tuned and does not require intervention, more likely to mess around.
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