Did you know that every year around 15 to 20 million Apple computers are sold worldwide? (report of Statista).
But is there any need to purchase a new system when you already have one? After all, it is not like Mac is cheap to buy. But if we take into consideration the fact that they make our work easy and quick, purchasing a new system might turn out to be a wise decision.
However, what are the parameters that help you in making this decision? Perhaps, do these parameters include any of the following:
Your current device is lagging.
The company launched a new version in the market.
Your device is filled with malware or any other reason.
If your answer is a ‘Yes,’ then we would suggest you reconsider your decision. Just like any other gadget, Mac is also a device that requires regular updates and attention. If not, then it will start to malfunction. And will also create hurdles for you while you are working.
So, maybe you don’t have to buy a new system. Instead, you just need to understand the problem your device is facing and try to resolve it. However, if you are technically challenged. And afraid that you might mess up the system, then you need to relax a bit.
Believe us; it is not rocket science. Just read this article, and by the end of this, you’ll know what to do and how. Let’s go!
Table of Contents
Check the system space.
First up, check the disk space of your device. If it is less than 10%, then it might be the cause of your device running slow. So, delete the unnecessary files and folders, upload the crucial data on cloud storage, and don’t forget to delete the cache. It will help in creating space, and your device will start to work smoothly all over again.
Evaluate the battery life
Is the battery of your device exhausting at high speed? If yes, then you need to resolve such problems immediately by learning about the battery cycle. You can get all the details about the battery by:
Opening activity monitor
Selecting energy tab, and
Finding the required information at the bottom.
Update the macOS
The next step is to check whether your system is updated or not. Apple regularly provides updates for its system to enhance the user experience. Maybe your device is lagging because you are using outdated software. You can check for updates by:
Go to system preferences.
Click on software updates.
Click update now (if updates are available).
Once the system is updated, all the related applications and programs will also get updated.
Learn to organize the clutter
Did you know that your unnecessary files, programs, etc., on the desktop, make the processing slow? So, without wasting further time, organize it. Only keep the essential and often required data on the desktop.
To sum it all up!
Working in a corporate life means providing quality work in a small amount of time. And for this, only your Mac can help you. However, if your device gets slow, it can become a headache. But, with the above solutions, you’ll be able to keep your device as good as new and also save thousands of dollars.