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You were sitting in front of your Macbook Pro surfing the Internet or working on a project. One second, two seconds...finally you started to cry out: "Why is my Mac laptop so slow?
Meanwhile, read this post for a checklist on how to speed up Macbook Pro.: disabling login items (applications or services) you rarely use helps your Mac better allocate system resources to load the processes you do use, you'll reach the login or desktop screen more quickly.
The manual methods can be quite time-consuming and may require you to have certain level of technical skills. The app includes a collection of handy and useful utilities which you can use to monitor the overall status of your Mac Book.
(Author’s note: I intended to make it clear that Windows users don’t need to reinstall regularly, only that this is a common myth among Windows users some Mac users might hear and be curious about. Many Mac users use the same installation of OS X for years without having any problems (so do many Windows users, for that matter).
But if your Mac is running slowly, or crashing constantly, a fresh installation of OS X simply reinstall and restore from Time Machine, but doing so might restore the problems you’re reinstalling to fix.
Knowing all this, are there any times that a reinstallation is a good idea? This is really the main reason you’re going to want to reinstall OS X: when your Mac simply isn’t working right.
(there’s an important difference between the two) and reinstall Mac OS X.Here we share the fixes we've discovered along the way, and you are going to learn: Whether you own an old 2009 Mac Book Pro, or a shiny new model with Touch Bar, or the latest 12-inch Mac Book with 256GB flash storage (SSD), over time it can run slowly.There are numerous reasons that might be the causes, but in general they all fall into the following four be -- wait a day or two.Because the new system usually takes time to re-index or update the data.For example, the Photos app can take a while to update all your photos library; Spotlight reindexing can be time-consuming as well.: the solutions we provide only work when your Mac can boot up normally.