How do you check what apps are running on Samsung tablet?

Answered by Tom Adger

To check what apps are running on your Samsung tablet, follow these steps:

1. Start by navigating to the home screen of your tablet.

2. Look for the “Apps” icon in the upper-right corner of the screen and tap on it. This will open the Apps menu.

3. Once you are in the Apps menu, locate and tap on the “Settings” icon. It is usually represented by a gear or a cogwheel.

4. In the Settings menu, scroll down until you find the “Apps” option and tap on it. This will open the Apps settings.

5. Within the Apps settings, you will see different tabs at the top of the screen. Select the “Running” tab to view the currently running apps on your tablet.

6. A list of running services will be displayed under the Running tab. This list shows all the apps and processes that are currently active on your tablet.

7. To stop a specific app or service, tap on it within the list. This will bring up detailed information about the app/service.

8. On the app/service information screen, you will see a “Stop” button. Tap on it to stop the app/service from running.

9. A confirmation prompt will appear asking if you want to stop the selected app/service. Select “OK” to proceed with stopping the app/service.

10. Repeat the previous steps for any other apps or services you want to stop.

It’s important to note that stopping certain system apps or services may affect the performance or functionality of your tablet. Exercise caution when stopping apps and only stop those that you are familiar with or that you believe are causing issues.

By following these steps, you can easily check what apps are running on your Samsung tablet and stop any unwanted or problematic apps/services.