Ipad Memory optimizing...

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  1. Chessadi

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    Is there any free app for ipad2 to close all the apps running in the background in a go?

    Pls suggest. Thanks,

    Aditya
     
  2. Tim SPRACKLEN

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    No - for a non-jailbroken iPad there is no app that can do this.

    However, those apps arn't really taking up system memory (RAM) as they might appear to be doing. The iPad's operating system, iOS, removes non-active apps from RAM if it needs the 'space'. Although they still appear in the multi-task bar, only the last couple of apps are, at most, still actually resident in RAM. The rest have their contexts (states) saved in the main (flash) memory so that, should a user choose to 're-activate' the app, it can be restored in exactly the same state that it was when it was last used.

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  3. Chessadi

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    Oh thats really appreciable feature of iOS.
    Thank you for providing clear information.
     
  4. tosbsas

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    there is one xsysinfo - cleans your ram
     
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    Xsysinfo cant refreshing RAM anymore, u should try sys activity if you want application that can refreshing RAM
     
  6. jsh1120

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    Actually, not true. Xsysinfo pulled their RAM refresh feature a couple of months ago at Apple's request. However, a couple of weeks later another update reinstated it. The functionality is now accessed slightly differently. Rather than a having a button to clean memory, you swipe down on the usage panel (on the right) and the function is engaged.
     
  7. Gabriel1

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    Thanks for that, I didn't update the app because of the earlier issue but I will now. Thanks again.

    The Archangel
     

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