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How to Speed Up Your Macbook There’s no question about the efficiency of Apple Macs, but even they can slow down just like all other PC’s. If you’re having this problem with your Macbook, there are plenty of ways to repair the speed. Rebooting the computer This is quite basic and very obvious, but there are people who can leave their Macbooks running for days or even weeks. Yours deserves a break. Try it.
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Closing unused applications
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With an older Macbook, speed can really be affected if you have too many apps opened at once. You and your machine will benefit if you shut down all your unused apps. Using your activity monitor The Activity Monitor, which you’ll find in the Utilities folder, keeps track of all processes running in your PC. Check the % CPU column for anything that’s eating a large volume of resources. If you actually find something and you’re certain you don’t need it yet, end the process. Reducing your startup items One of the most common tricks of speeding up a computer, whether Windows or Apple, is reducing the number of startup items. Go to System Preferences, Users & Groups, Login Items and control the apps as you want or don’t want them to launch at startup. Deleting what you don’t need A hard drive that bursting at the seems is not a happy one. Delete all files or applications that are no longer needed and empty the Trash once you’re done. Anything old but still important can be moved to an external hard drive. To uninstall a program, just drag the icon into Trash. Installing an SSD Perhaps the biggest speed-up tactic of all time is to junk the hard disk and fit an SSD. It’s actually the most influential biggest upgrade any personal computer can have. Adding more RAM Yes, if a RAM upgrade is possible, get it. Note, however, that while more RAM can make a substantial difference in apps that rely on speed, it may go almost unnoticed when you do general tasks. Upgrading your graphics card Another hardware change you could consider is installing a faster graphics card than that which came with your Mac. But this is only possible if your Mac graphics card isn’t soldered to the logic board, which is quite rare. Clear your browser cache Resetting your browser is always a good idea, if only to remove the temporary files and other browsing data. For instance, if you’re using Safari, this is as simple as choosing Safari, then Reset Safari. Speeding up your webpages Aside from clearing the browser cache, you can also speed up your webpages with a spyware blocker. This stops bugs and other kinds of browser spyware from loading on each page you visit. Using a malware scan Finally, running a malware scan is always a good idea, in case you unknowingly installed a Trojan in your system. You can significantly reduce the odds of getting infected by uninstalling Adobe Flash plugin and Oracle Java.