Okay so a general search around Google seems to result in nothing, everyone who knows how appears to know how to keep an app closed so it does not reopen itself and use up RAM in the background seems more interested in telling the question asker why they shouldn't do this rather than actually answering the question that was asked. CNet seems to be a reputable place full of knowledgeable people so I'm hoping that my cry for help will be seen and acknowledged here. I apologize however if I'm posting this in the wrong place.
On to the problem. I don't care that Android wants to keeps these apps open in the background, I understand why they do it, but it is a feature that I wish to disable. Period. Having android immediately reopen apps that I rarely use (and therefore won't uninstall) just for the off chance that I might open it then it can open it faster annoys me to no end because it does this with so many apps that I have very little RAM for other things. I would rather wait for an app to open than to have it open right away yet slew down other running apps. If you try and tell me reasons why I should just get over it I will likely insult your observational skills, and that will just piss us both off.
What I want to know is, is something like this possible, and, if so, how might I do it?