No matter how stable Mac system unlike the Windows, it can still have performance issues that I think will happen in the real sense. But there are actually a lot of ways that you can do to upgrade the performance of Mac. And these tips below are the possible things that you can do about it.
Upgrade the Performance of Mac, 6 Ways How
- 1. Determine Unwanted Data and Delete It
Normally most computers got cluttered with different kinds of data. If you got so much stuff in the hard drive, chances are you would find it hard to find it. But then you can easily organize them without spending too much effort with it. Just simply open the Finder then in the left pane select the Places and then click the user name. Review all the data that are found under the folders, delete the duplicate files, unnecessary data and other large files that are also irrelevant.
- 2. Create Folders and Subfolders
Folders and Subfolders are practical way to organize the data on your Mac. If you have a lot of documents that you need to keep just create folders and renamed them according to each file. If you deal with pictures then group them altogether under one folder and if you got music file then categorize them into groups, do the same to your other files and folders.
- 3. Rid Off Unwanted Applications
There are times that you store tons of unnecessary files in your Mac. Determine which of these applications are best to keep and throw away the unnecessary ones. But just make sure that you completely remove the whole associated files with it out in the Mac system. You use third party apps that will help you completely remove these applications and all its associated files.
- 4. Cleanup Startup Menu
Just like removing the unwanted files out in the Mac system, you need to do this too in your startup menu. Mac system normally configures some apps to be in the startup menu. If you want to remove them navigate to System Preferences, Accounts and select your account. You will see a list of applications that are included in the startup menu so better determine what are really unnecessary and remove it by simply choosing the delete sign.
- 5. Turn Off Unnecessary System Features
Mac comes with different features that handle different tasks as needed only. You can turn off them if you don’t need them actually. Just disable features such as File Sharing, Bluetooth, Speech Recognition, etc under the System Preferences options. Just turn them on if you want to use these certain features.
- 6. Remove Unwanted Fonts
Mac also comes with different font package but actually some of them are not important for your Mac. Disable them using third party applications too such as MacKeeper or AppDelete. Doing this won’t really speed your Mac but somehow designate more space for your other important files.