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Title: Is MAC RUNNING SLOW?
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Prolonged use can escort to more
files and settings blow up that
will slow down the routine of the
computer.
Pursue this guide for a wide
range of information and tricks,
plus removing needless files,
disabling
startup
programs,
upgrading your hardware, and
reinstalling your copy of Mac OS
X.

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Open the Mac App Store and
knob to the "Updates" tab.
This will check for obtainable
updates for your operating
system.

In earlier Macs, Click the Apple
menu and select Software
Update. The program will test
the internet for any accessible
updates for your installed
applications
and
your
operating system.

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To uninstall applications, you
usually just require to drag
them from Finder to the trash.
This will depart after older files
and preferences, though, they
can marsh down your system.
If you are definite you won't
want to reinstall the
application for a while in the
future, use an uninstaller
application to fully delete old
programs.

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Contain a lot of icons on your
screen can harmfully brunt
your computer’s
performance as Mac OS X
dynamically creates every
one of the thumbnails and
must lay up the previews in
the RAM.
The brunt may be little, but
can be perceptible if you
have a large number of
icons.

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Disable every widgets by opening the dashboard and clicking on the - button
(Yosemite) or the + button (older operating systems). Click on the x button at the
top left of a widget to disable it.
Disable the whole Dashboard by opening System Preferences, clicking on
Mission Control, and setting the Dashboard to "Off“.
For operating systems older than Yosemite (OS X 10.10), you can disable
Dashboard through Terminal. Open your Applications folder and then open
Utilities. Select Terminal. In the Terminal, run the following commands:
defaults write com.apple.dashboard mcx-disabled –boolean YES
killall Dock
To return the Dashboard, reenter the same command but change YES to NO.
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Open your user preferences. Click
the Apple menu in the top-left
corner of the screen and click on
"System Preferences". In System
Preferences, select "Users &
Groups". Select your user and
navigate to the "Login Items" tab.
Remove applications. Click on an
application that you don't wish for
to begin on boot, and use the –
button to remove it from the list.
If the list is grayed out, click on
the padlock at the bottom-left of
the window and enter your
username and password.
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