Task manger

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  1. cometobuy

    cometobuy New Member

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    why we dont have any process manager for ipod ?
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    Because its not a Windows Mobile Device?

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    LULZ.

    You can manage your processes with Terminal.app that was ported to 2.0, albeit, its only command line.
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    dont laugh on me, there was an app like this in 114, some task manager.\\

    i dont think you know 3 languages at the age of 15 .
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    Teslanaut Well-Known Member

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    What does knowing languages have to do with a Task Manager?

    And I am 19 and know English, Cantonese, and to some extents, Korean, Japanese, Spanish, French, and German.

    Though for the "Extents" Most of them are swears and basic stuff.

    And from what it appears, I seem to know more English than you. Though that does not matter.
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    you disrespect in first message..
    enlish is not my first language that why i suck with it !.
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    Who did I disrespect in the first message? Certainly not you, You had nothing to do with my first message.

    When I was saying that it was not a Windows Mobile Device, during WWDC, one of the Keynote speakers noted that Windows Mobile devices come with a Task Manager where you had to find what process was holding back your device and you had to manually kill the process.

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