After using Mac for a period of time, you start noticing that it is losing its performance day by day. You seldom find that the beach ball is residing on your Mac’s screen for a longer period of time than ever before. Or start of even the smallest application is taking more than expected time. Have you ever thought why so? Why your smart machine starts losing its performance after some time? Well, it is because of our unplanned ways of working and lenient nature of Mac machines both. However, if you get to know about some silly mistakes that you do while working, then you can avoid doing that and can find out improvement in its overall performance as well.
Let us see how:
The first and the foremost thing in this regards is checking out the number of programs that are currently running in your machine. Are these all programs required at this moment or are all of them are needed currently? Well, most of the times we forget to close an application that is no longer required, which results in deterioration in the speed of other running apps. Therefore, close a program when you are done with it or more precisely close all the applications that you no longer need.
Many Mac users take full advantage of sleep mode in Mac. The sleep mode saves the power, but without affecting the current status of your machine. That means neither the battery is consumed (as it gets off in machine shutdown), nor the programs are closed. However, this at times affects the speed of your machine, as your Mac requires frequent restarts. Therefore, it is suggested to restart your machine and see the change in its performance.
Checking out the startup items is also a technique to give your Mac a speedy start up. Some downloaded applications or programs automatically add themselves to startup or login items and hence dip down the speedy start of Mac. To check out the login items and unselect the unrequited ones, you should go to ‘System Preferences >> Users & Groups >> Login Items’. Check out which boxes are checked here and uncheck all those applications that you do not need while machine starts. Doing this improves your Mac’s startup for sure.
Removing all unrequited items from your machine frees up all the unnecessarily eaten up space of your hard drive and hence improves Mac performance tremendously.
A more effective and easy way to improve Mac speed is professional software. Professional speedup tools for Mac uninstall all unwanted applications from your machine by simple drag and drop. Moreover, removal of log, trash, junk files, and leftovers is also another efficient feature of such tools that increases the overall performance of your Mac.
By following these steps or tips you can easily speed up your Mac and see a drastic speed up in its performance.