That's not entirely true. The OS will restart necessary apps that it needs to run properly, but third party apps and such won't be restarted. Task killers are in fact a good way to free up RAM when used properly. You can't just go in and start killing everything in the world. But things like some games that will run in the background or things like third party apps that you may use only occasionally, like the rootzwiki app for example, those can be killed and wont be restarted by the OS and will free up RAM."scarmon25 said:Also using a task killer will actually cause problems cause as soon as you kill off those task the OS will try and reload all of the killed apps and that does use CPU and battery.