Thursday, November 15, 2018

How to Close Running Apps on Amazon Kindle Fire HD




When apps run in the background on any device, they end up consuming more power and can cause the device to perform slowly. Therefore, to make your Kindle Fire HD’s battery last longer, you should close the apps you aren’t closing. Some apps run in the background without the user getting to know about them. Disabling apps from running in the background will also enhance your Kindle Fire HD experience. Let’s check out the process to close and manage running apps on Amazon Fire tablet.

Quickly Close Running Apps on Kindle Fire HD

1. Firstly, you need to launch the menu. To do so, use a downwards swiping motion from the top of     the Kindle’s screen.
2. From the menu, select the option called More.
3. In the next menu, choose Applications.
4. Now, you will be able to see all the apps that are installed on your device.
5. After that, just hit the Filter by option from the drop-down located at the upper side of the screen.
6. Now from the list of options, tap on Running Applications.
7. Choose the running app you wish to close on the Kindle device.
8. Now, select Force Stop.
9. Tap on OK.
10. Tap on Clear Data.
11. Tap on OK once more.
12. The selected app will close.
13. Repeat the process to close other apps.

How to Stop Apps from Opening by Default?

1. Reboot the Kindle Fire HD.
2. When the device restarts, the applications that are preset to run by default will be open.
3. Open the menu by tapping on the gear icon on the screen.
4. Scroll down and touch the More option to see more options.
5. Now, tap on Applications.
6. Select Filter by.
7. Select Running Applications.
8. Choose the app you want to stop from launching by default.
9. Turn off the Launch by Default feature.
10. Repeat the process for stopping other apps from launching by default.

How to Disable App Notifications?


1. Open the menu by swiping downwards from the top of the Kindle’s screen.
2. From the list of options, choose More. 



Karen Minton  is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cyber security. She writes about the latest updates regarding mcafee.com/activate and how it can improve the work experience of users. Her articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites.




1 comment:

  1. There is no 'filter' for running apps to quickly force stop. Only by going into each app and force stop then ok then out and on to next app. Take ages.

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