2019 Apple Tips On How To Keep Your Mac In Peak Performance
2019 Apple Tips On How To Keep Your Mac At Peak Performance
Here are some top tips when trying to keep your Mac’s performance at its best:
Empty your Mac’s cache regularly:
- Always make sure your Apple’s cache is emptied. Click here to find out how to empty your Mac’s cache.
Upgrade your Mac’s software:
- Make sure your Mac has the right updates for the operating system, and for the Mac applications you are running. Be careful though not to upgrade to a brand new operating system at the same time. For expert Apple advice if you should upgrade your Mac contact ZA Support.
How to keep your Apple battery healthy:
- Keep your Apple battery healthy. Apple batteries respond well to running down regularly, and not being plugged into power all the time. It is advisable to often disconnect the power from your Mac to keep the battery healthy.
Notice when your Mac is getting slow and it takes a long time to boot:
- Notice when your Mac is getting slow. This can often be subtle, where Mac applications take longer than expected to open, the Mac takes a long time to start up and boot into the operating system. When your Mac does get slow, consider upgrading the Apple hard drive to an Apple SSD. Apple SSD upgrades offered by ZA Support have on average between 60-78% improvement in performance.
Thinking of upgrading your Apple RAM memory? Check out the options
- Another option if you find that your Mac is starting to become slow would be to upgrade the Apple RAM memory. Apple RAM memory upgrades work very well with Apple SSD upgrades which directly impact the performance of your Mac. Whether you are considering upgrading a MacBook Pro, iMac, or MacBook Air ZA Support offers the most comprehensive range of Apple RAM memory upgrades. Contact ZA Support for the latest Apple SSD and Apple RAM upgrades.
Run an Apple hardware diagnostic test regularly
- Run an Apple diagnostic test on your Mac. To do this, restart your Mac and hold down the ‘R’ key. This should boot your Mac into an Apple hardware diagnostic mode. The Apple diagnostic takes around 5-20 minutes to complete and should reveal any Apple hardware problems on the machine. If you find there are no Apple hardware problems detected, and your Mac is still slow contact ZA Support for the best Apple advice and Mac upgrade service in South Africa.