For some inexplicable reason, probably related to egocentric human nature, software developers can't seem to resist designing their programs as if they were default services: always on and ready. If you're familiar with maintaining a PC and like tinkering with programs, you'll know that you need to periodically disable or get rid of accumulating, seemed-like-a-good-idea-at-the-time programs that automatically run processes. These automatically loading tools hog resources, clog up RAM and CPU and slow overall operating system startup.
December 20, 2013
Startup Manager Renews Shine on Android's Boot
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