Advanced task killer app?

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I just downloaded it. Am I supposed to check the box of all my apps or just the ones I don't use? Right now I have just the ones I really don't use checked, they happen to be preinstalled app like news. My droid 2 seems to be running slower than before installing task killer. Suggestions?
 

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I use the task manager made by motorola that came with my phone if i didnt have it i would be using the ATK people say its bad but it doesnt slow your phone down if you use it right only let it kill apps like browser and youtube and other apps you install from the market put stuff like skype text messaging social app(bloatware) and things that always come back when you kill them on your ignore list this way it wont kill your battery

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You do realize that Android will shut those down itself, right?

I use the task manager made by motorola that came with my phone if i didnt have it i would be using the ATK people say its bad but it doesnt slow your phone down if you use it right only let it kill apps like browser and youtube and other apps you install from the market put stuff like skype text messaging social app(bloatware) and things that always come back when you kill them on your ignore list this way it wont kill your battery

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If you say so but my battery life is better with task manager

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Just saying if you kill apps that dont start unless you start them then it shouldnt be bad it helps my battery alot. Certain apps like bloatware will always start no matter what so i choose not to go near them. The task manager i use came pre installed on my phone and it has a link to the moto website saying that it only helps your phone and doesnt harm it

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Just saying if you kill apps that dont start unless you start them then it shouldnt be bad it helps my battery alot. Certain apps like bloatware will always start no matter what so i choose not to go near them. The task manager i use came pre installed on my phone and it has a link to the moto website saying that it only helps your phone and doesnt harm it

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Dude, uninstall the app. It does nothing good for your phone that you can't do in other ways and that don't run all the time putting a whack on your battery and CPU. :)
 

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I can't uninstall it. Its part of the bloatware that comes with the phone. it comes with the D2G and the pro ONLY and it doesnt come with the regular D2 or the x so if you don't have the D2G or the pro you wont see it because it isnt in the marketplace it kind of resembles watchdog because it tells you the percentage of cpu each app is using. usually when you back out of an app and check the task manager it shows how much ram its using up but it says 0 percent cpu usage because its not actually active anymore on the screen. I trust it only because motorola made it

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