vc1300If you tap on that setting it gives you the option to send you a notification when it detects a battery draining app . From there you can ignore it or stop the app
@fear_dot_com_2000 Ah, "Detect & stop". It's disabled, and has always been. And the apps that are getting killed are not even battery draining, seems like it simply wants to kill idle apps that haven't been used for some time (and I don't want this).
Gustav_ASUSYes, the feature Gustav refers to is Hibernate. You can control hibernation per app, or have it disabled entirely.
Make sure 'Background app management' is disabled in Battery settings.