There are many methods to improve your Mac performance. The first step is to launch the Activity Monitor and look whether there are any issues with memory use. Choose Quit to end the procedure you’re encountering. If the program consumes excessive memory, you can close it and try again later. Alternately, you could use the System Memory tab to check if there are any other unresponsive processes that are running within your Mac.

Another possible cause for your Mac’s slowness is the CPU. Close any program that uses overly much CPU. Open Activity Monitor then click the “X” button that is located under the icons. If you’re unsure of what apps are consuming excessive CPU power then try doing a Google search to find these apps. You should be able determine which applications have a negative impact on the performance of your Mac.

The performance of your Mac might also become slower if it has too many applications. The operating system can run slower when you run several programs. Make sure to delete any files you don’t use, or big sur slow simply move them to a different drive. If you’re unsure of what’s causing the problem, try opening the Activity Monitor and looking at the entire list of applications being run in your Mac. There should be a couple of mistakes – this could be an indication that you’re running too many applications at the same time.

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