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Old 01-29-2008, 05:17 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Thatzmister2u View Post
Honestly, this issue has been discussed quite frequently but I am glad you have the solution to your battery issue!

To avoid applications running in the background always use Menu>End (or Close) or Escape to exit a program. Never use the Red End key as it will place the application in the background.

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I've seen many threads that just skimmed through this problem or say a fix but leaves novice user on their own. Nobody really thoroughly explained it. A situation such as this should be of upmost concern to many who are frustrated with their battery. Also, I thought it'd be a good idea to make this sort of a database so others can compare and discuss whats the most optimimal for battery saving (ie. having only the basic programs yields 20hrs as opposed to having about 9 apps yields about 7 hours.)

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