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to the best of my knowledge it would include all of the things those apps do in the background like check your location constantly and report it to what ever app to tag you at some place, check for new messages, back up data to a cloud somewhere etc.
That can all add up real quick.
I just wish I could write a program to drill down on a low level to see exactly what is causing it.
Now the wife's phone is eating battery and it shows the system with the top 2 drains at over 40% total.
You may want to install Onavo Count[^]. It lets you determine which apps are using the most data, and you can also limit specific apps to use less. Once you've determine the culprit apps, you can shut them down (force stop) when you're done using them.
Most recent versions will tell you which apps consumed how much data. Apart from that, disable auto update from Google Play. And if you use Whatsapp, etc., disable auto download of media, at least on mobile data.
Today I've been stuck at the gas station for one hour and a half waiting for the cashier to try to restart the computer as it was hang.
In 3.x, Gradle (a Java build system used by many Minecraft mods) has a daemon system enabled by default. It appears the Gradle team did NO F****** TESTING ON IT, as it DOES NOT WORK AT ALL! It causes all builds to fail with out of memory errors (it takes up 16 F****** GB of RAM in less than 30 SECONDS!) and its native components cause Windows to bugcheck with critical service errors.
I just lost a Minecraft world I have been working on for eight days now due to a bugcheck happening while I was playing.
If someone from the Gradle team reads this, F*** you and your F****** broken system! You make GNU Makefiles look like a blessing from heaven. At least they WORK!
What do you get when you cross a joke with a rhetorical question?
The metaphorical solid rear-end expulsions have impacted the metaphorical motorized bladed rotating air movement mechanism.
Do questions with multiple question marks annoy you???