There are several methods to improve your Mac performance. To check for memory issues First, open Activity Monitor. Choose Quit to end the process you are experiencing. If the application consumes more memory than you need then you should close it and try again later. You can use the System Memory tab to check if there are any other slow processes running in your Mac.
Another cause of your Mac’s speediness is CPU. It is recommended to close any application which uses overly much CPU. In order to do that, start the Activity Monitor and then click”X” or the “X” button beneath the small window’s buttons. It is possible to use Google to find programs that use too much CPU power if you aren’t sure which ones. It will give you an idea of what applications cause your Mac to slow down.
If your hard drive is overflowing the drive can also trigger the Mac to be slow to operate. Too many applications consume too much memory and make your operating system run slower. Try deleting files that you’re not using, or simply move the files to a different location. Open Activity Monitor to see a list of running processes within your Mac. You should see a few mistakes – this could be an indication you’re using too many applications simultaneously.
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