For Android systems, they have a unique way of allocating RAM to new tasks. However, there is a slight disadvantage to this. Whenever I am browsing in Android through a web browser (Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Dolphin, or the default Web browser), tabs would keep refreshing. An example of this would be opening one tab (let's said email). Then, let's open another tab (this time say Techie7 forums). If I switch back to the email tab, it would refreshed and vice versa would happen to the Techie7 tab too. With the refresh, all data would be lost. In this sense, if I am typing a forum post in Techie7 and switch to another tab, then everything I typed would be clear after the automatic refresh. The question: How to stop or disable the refresh?