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  1. The processes list on Android is just like the processes list on a Windows computer - it shows the list of apps that have some kind of process running. So for example if you opened Facebook first thing in the morning, it would create a "Facebook" process which would then stay running in the background (to check for any notifications/messages e.t.c.) all day. If you wanted to kill the process, then you can do so using CCleaner's End Process function. This won't uninstall the app or anything - the process will be restarted either when you re-open the app/reboot your phone (depending on the app).

  2. Thanks for the jargon filled response.


    Here is what I did: Downloaded the software from the Piriform site (one time from Filehippo) and clicked install or run. So now, please,  explain, in plain English, how this is my fault.



    NSIS error indicates the installer has become corrupt during the download. Delete the one you have and re-download. Should then work.

  3. 1) The thumbnail cache is where your device stores the small thumbnails that appear next to picture file names in lists. It won't affect your actual photos in any way, however your phone will then need to re-populate the cache again next time you go in a folder that contains photos. It's best used if you have a large number of photos on your phone, a number of which whose locations you only access very rarely/never at all.


    2) It stops background processes from running, just like on a computer. The apps will still be there, they'll just be stopped from doing anything they're doing in the background, for example an anti-virus scan.

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