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Speed: Wisbar Advance 2 or SPB Pocketplus?

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By RSkillz, Senior Member on 12th April 2006, 04:10 PM
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I was wondering if anyone tested both programs on his/her Prophet.

What I'm interested in is speed, which one uses less memory?

Is there a way you can see which app. is currently using X cpu time, memory?
 
 
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Pocket breeze 5 is better, to close programs I use handy switcher
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Pocket breeze 5 is better, to close programs I use handy switcher

I'll have a look
12th April 2006, 10:12 PM |#4  
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Re: Speed: Wisbar Advance 2 or SPB Pocketplus?
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Is there a way you can see which app. is currently using X cpu time, memory?

For CPU, have a look at Vidya Pocket Task Manager.
For RAM, I don't know of any; if you find something, please post it here.
13th April 2006, 04:45 AM |#5  
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I prefer WA2 for task management,very nice &useful .
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and better too WA2 LITE , that is very very light for my S200
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WA2 lite is OK, but new HandySwither (v2.7) is the best: only 11.9kb of program memory and fully one-hand operation. No problems with phone application and comm manager too.
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To switch and close apps, I now use GSPocketMagic (very light and free), I mapped it to the start menu button, so I do not waste any buttons.
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Hi All,

i use both WA2 & Spb pocket plus and both work quite well on my Jamin. do not use the WA Desktop since it is useless if you really want to use Spb plus the only problem i face with the Spb is that the actual themes will not show on the Meter bars (Battery, Memory, etc.)
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