Like all smartphones, it is important for the Android 4.4.4 KitKat phones to keep the memory, used and available for the apps, within limits. It is required for the quick and efficient operational abilities of the smartphones or the smartphones will respond slowly. The first thing in the process is to know the space being used by the running apps, so that you may manage to close the unnecessary app.


It is an easy process which can be completed by following the instructions.


Command Line: Settings > Apps – DEVICE > Apps – Running.

1: Tap ‘Settings’ on the Home screen of your Android 4.4.4 KitKat phone. KitKatRunningApps1

2: At the settings screen, tap the ‘Apps’ under the DEVICE to open up the Apps screen. KitKatRunningApps2

3: At the ‘Apps’ screen, swipe the screen twice to the right – from ‘DOWNLOADED to RUNNING – with the status of SHOW CACHED PROCESSES. KitKatRunningApps3

4: At the RUNNING Apps screen, you may see all the current running apps. See at the bottom of the screen where under the RAM, used and free memory space is counted and displayed. KitKatRunningApps4

From here, you may decide about the apps which are important for the smooth working of your phone and remaining apps may be closed.

That’s all!

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