Android 13 knocks on the door! It will bring a clever feature that literally everyone will appreciate

  • Android 13 is already slowly knocking on the door
  • We will see his performance at the Google event in May
  • It arrives with a lot of useful news and should be more application friendly

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Google will present the latest, thirteenth iteration of its robotic system at the May I / O conference on May 11-12. Android 13 is expected to develop the Material You design style, which has arrived with the twelfth version, as well as a lot of practical innovations. One of them, which is currently being tested, concerns application management.

Android 13 will have useful features

Android 13 should bring a lot of useful and practical features. For example, it should be able to alert users to applications that are running low on battery power in the background, and we’ll see applications and games load faster. But that’s not all, and now another interesting news has come to light, which is allegedly planned.

It’s about background application management, which is something the robotic system never excelled at. According to the latest information from XDA-Developers, Android 13 will implement the Multi-Generational Least Recently Used (MGLRU) feature, which includes Chrome.

Android 13

The new Android 13 arrives with a redesigned application management

Also read: Android 13 could arrive on Samsung phones sooner than we expected

What’s going on?

This feature should improve systems decision-making on which background applications to shut down completely and which not. This means that it recognizes the applications you use more often and are important to you, it does not quit and, conversely, it cuts the less important ones mercilessly. This feature is already in the testing phase and is delivering very promising results.

With the MGLRU function, it is said to have achieved a 40% reduction in the use of the kswapd process, which takes care of virtual memory management and which also puts a lot of strain on the processor. The number of automatic application terminations due to low memory has been reduced by 18%, so this new feature seems to be on track.

MGLRU perhaps already in Android 13

Google has not yet officially confirmed that we will see this new feature in Android 13, but given that MGLRU is already working hard on some good, we firmly believe in it. If it does its job well, the processor will be relieved and the chances of the system shutting down an application that is important to you will be greatly reduced.

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