1. hbzant22's Avatar
    I'm confused. Since the browser is always on, does it really make sense to close it. Or does it eat more memory and battery when you leave a page up.

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    12-22-08 02:10 PM
  2. sunkast's Avatar
    Yes it does. Leaving it open on a page can keep allocating memory if it is performing refreshes/retrieving new content.
    12-22-08 02:25 PM
  3. JORB's Avatar
    Always close your applications when you're done using them.

    A way you can see what applications are all currently running at this time are Menu > Switch Application

    click on the ones that can close and then while the application is open click Menu > Close

    That will turn off all data and memory usage from that application.
    12-22-08 02:44 PM
  4. hbzant22's Avatar
    Wat if it isn't loading a page. Like if it is just sitting on google on another webpage completely dormant

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    12-22-08 02:45 PM
  5. hbzant22's Avatar
    JORB I get what ur syaing nd I do that but there are always five apps that will be in there and one of them is the browser regardless if you properly close it or just it the end buttom.

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    12-22-08 02:46 PM
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