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Android and the Samsung Galaxy S3

For those complaining about the tasks starting up on their own, read this.....
Android was designed from the ground up as an operating system (OS)
for mobile devices. Its built-in application and memory-management
systems were engineered with battery life as one of the most critical

The Android OS does not work like a desktop operating system. On a
desktop OS, like Windows, Mac OS X, or Ubuntu Linux, the user is
responsible for closing programs in order to keep a reasonable amount
of memory available. On Android, this is not the case. The OS itself
automatically removes programs from memory as memory is needed. The OS
may also preload applications into memory which it thinks might soon
be needed.

Having lots of available empty memory is not a good thing. It takes
the same amount of power to hold "nothing" in memory as it does to
hold actual data. So, like every other operating system in use today,
Android does its best to keep as much important/likely-to-be-used
information in memory as possible.

As such, using the task manager feature of SystemPanel to constantly
clear memory by killing all apps is strongly NOT RECOMMENDED. This
also applies to any other task killer /management program. Generally
speaking, you should only "End" applications if you see one which is
not working correctly. The "End All" feature can be used if your
phone/device is performing poorly and you are uncertain of the cause

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