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Right. Android's OS kills apps automatically to free RAM on demand. Since Angry Birds is a fairly demanding app, more background tasks are killed by the system automatically to run it. Using a task killer is redundant, since the OS already does this when it's needed. Every time you use a task killer when it's unnecessary to end apps that are needed, the system actually does more work/uses more battery to restart those apps. It's a tough mentality to get out of, that more RAM is better, but in the world of Android, it's irrelevant.
Originally Posted by NOsquid