Refresh Your Mac  

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Logan Kugler

This simple process will revitalize your Mac, bringing back the zippy performance it displayed on day one.
A brand-new Mac is a beautiful thing. But if you've had your Mac for more than two years, chances are it's not running quite as fast as the day you bought it. "Not quite as fast" may even be a wild understatement. Some say the two-year mark activates a Mac's built-in obsolescence programming, and secret code goes to work ravaging the organized infrastructure that constitutes the operating system. A concept that's a bit more believable is that, over time, data and more data piles on top of other data (Mac users, at least at first, tend to think of their computers as "set it and forget it" tools), and eventually the system simply becomes bogged down by the mass of information. From the user's perspective, what ultimately happens is that after two years you start to see the spinning beach ball more and more. Before you know it, you're beginning to spend the better part of your day with that infamous multicolored ball. (full story Link)

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