Are task killers worth using?

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    No. Uninstall it.
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    No need for it really.
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    How come though? Don't running task slow it down or soak battery?
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    @jntdroid thank you for the links. That was exactly what I needed. The PC Mag article seems to show that it really doesn't increase or decrease battery life in any substantial way. I do appreciate the point in Droid Life about how the OS is developed to manage processes so leave it do it's job.

    Thanks again!

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    P.S. - Super Task Killer has left the building...

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