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    Do mobile processors get slower over time?

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    by valueablebags ·

    Some mobile apps insist on running on start-up. If you have lots of apps installed, these start-up processes (which is also one of the major causes why smartphones slow down) can put a huge strain on your phone’s CPU

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    • #4044313
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      Reply To: Do mobile processors get slower over time?

      by birdmantd ·

      In reply to Do mobile processors get slower over time?

      The answer is NO. Just like a home computer, the longer you own it more and more programs are installed and sometimes deleted that leave programs/applications, sometimes just fragments of such, that are left in the device and eventually slow down the system.

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      I think you’re misinformed.

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Do mobile processors get slower over time?

      Having apps installed does not automatically mean these are start-up processes.

      Even so, once in a while I do take time to uninstall apps I haven’t used in a year.

      Why? Improves security and less junk on the smart phone.

    • #4047095

      Reasons and Some Possible Solutions.

      by sawristwatchess ·

      In reply to Do mobile processors get slower over time?

      Here are some reasons why mobile processors can slow down over time and possible solutions:

      Reasons:

      Accumulation of junk files and unnecessary apps
      Full storage capacity
      OS updates demanding on the processor
      Battery life of the device affecting performance
      Possible solutions:

      Regularly clean out junk files and unused apps
      Optimize device’s storage
      Manage OS updates
      Use high-quality charging accessories
      Replace battery when necessary

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      by Mar Gia ·

      In reply to Do mobile processors get slower over time?

      Certainly, here is a longer and more professional response:

      The prevalence of mobile apps in modern technology has made them an integral aspect of our daily lives. However, as the number of apps installed on our smartphones increases, so too does the likelihood of these apps initiating start-up processes that can put a strain on our device’s Central Processing Unit (CPU). The consequences of these processes can have a detrimental impact on the device’s overall performance, leading to sluggishness and poor user experience.

      The CPU is responsible for executing instructions and running the programs that keep our devices running smoothly. The more apps that run on start-up, the greater the number of instructions the CPU must execute, resulting in a slower response time for the device as a whole. It is therefore imperative to manage these start-up processes and reduce the number of apps that run automatically.

      Fortunately, most smartphones come equipped with options to manage start-up processes or apps. By accessing the settings menu, users can select which apps they wish to run on start-up and which ones they would prefer to disable. By disabling unnecessary apps, users can reduce the strain on the CPU and improve their device’s overall performance.

      It is crucial to maintain our devices’ performance to ensure we can effectively and efficiently use them. Failure to do so can result in frustration and decreased productivity. Thus, managing start-up processes is an essential part of device maintenance and should be performed regularly.

      In conclusion, the impact of start-up processes on our mobile devices’ performance cannot be overstated. The CPU is the brain of our devices, and as such, it should be managed with care. By disabling unnecessary start-up processes, users can reduce the strain on their devices’ CPUs, resulting in a smoother and more efficient user experience.

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      : Do mobile processors get slower over time

      by richwilson802 ·

      In reply to Do mobile processors get slower over time?

      Your question is valid but it’s ans is “No”, processors do not go slower with age. Processors have a fixed clock rate and (unless modified from an outside source) will operate at that clock rate until they are incapable of functioning at that rate any more.

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      by anawilliam850 ·

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      It’s true that some mobile apps are set to run on startup by default, which can impact your device’s performance and battery life. Here are some steps you can take to manage startup apps on your Android device:

      Go to your device’s Settings app.

      Look for an option called “Apps” or “Applications.”

      Tap on the app you want to manage.

      Look for an option called “Startup” or “Run on startup.”

      Toggle the switch to turn off the app’s ability to run on startup.

      You can repeat this process for any app that you don’t want to run on startup. Be cautious, however, as some apps may be necessary for your device to function properly and disabling them could cause issues.

      Additionally, you can use third-party apps, such as Greenify or Startup Manager, to help manage startup apps and improve your device’s performance. These apps can help you identify and disable unnecessary startup apps, and may provide additional features and settings to optimize your device’s performance.

    • #4055394

      Do mobile processors get slower over time?

      by emmmywalt ·

      In reply to Do mobile processors get slower over time?

      i think no,

    • #4057378

      Agreed

      by williamx812 ·

      In reply to Do mobile processors get slower over time?

      Yeah your right this happened to me once too
      this is dependent on your phone storage
      best solution for this is try to keep your storage low and get it refresh on monthly basis

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      by m.hozaifa.912 ·

      In reply to Do mobile processors get slower over time?

      Mobile applications that launch automatically might create performance problems and slow down your phone’s CPU, especially if there are numerous loaded.

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