The benefits of this is that, if your phone runs very slow or performs below its normal state, you can check the Task Manager to see if there are services that needed to be closed. But before that, you may need to check for free internal memory on your phone. Read
Samsung Galaxy Note 3: Managing Internal Memory (RAM) to do that.
Calling Task Manager
- From the Home screen, press and hold the Home button.
- Tap the Task Manager icon that looks like a pie.
- To manage running applications, tap Active applications. You can tap End next to the app you want to stop or End all to simply stop all apps from running.
- To view availability of your memory card or internal memory, tap Storage tab.
- If the RAM is clouded with lots of cached data, tap the RAM tab and touch Clear memory. But I advise you to save necessary data first if you have to prevent them from getting lost.
- You could also tap the tabs section and drag your finger to the left tapping on Help tap to read about RAM manager and ways you can save your battery life.