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Does your Mac OS take lots of time to boot? Is it possible to speed up Mac booting time as well as its overall performance? In real terms it is not much difficult as the fundamental principle is similar as most of the Operating Systems. Mac users often complains that when they switch their Mac it takes forever to boot/start up and shut down as well.
If the process of booting crosses more than a minute you might easily get annoyed. Not a single one likes to hold to have accessing their data files and web browsing. In the mean time anyone can complete their remaining works that Mac used to take to boot. You can resolve the problem to improve Mac boot time by eliminating the number of programs that automatically runs on system start up. Some alteration in the settings of Mac is required so that the only most important applications start when you put it on.
Try to perform certain operations or execution at a time. If copying or transferring data do the things in mass rather than in respective parts as this will lessen the time involved in the process. System hard drive requires sufficient space for the smooth performance. The RAM of Operating System should be larger as it is the better for the overall speed. It would be just about worthless to have a system that contains below 1 GB RAM.
Today in the market there are abundant of low-budget external drives are available that many of us use to store big files but there is no such need to utilize all the space of hard drive. You can save much of hard drive by un-installing any applications or software, which you don’t use regularly. Gathering of duplicates as a clutter plays important role in increasing the time of system boot-up.
Duplicates get accumulated in the hard drive of system in many possible ways as you download music, audio, video more than once or picture files that stored in the system with the same name repeatedly. To remove fallow start up programs and duplicates from the hard drive you can use Mac OS in-built utilities in order to free up memory of Mac OS X by eliminating duplicates, log files,binary files, temporary files, cookies, etc. As the integrated tool works good but normally for the non-tech users it becomes bit tough to find and make use of them.
For the automatic removal of duplicates, binaries, logs to free system memory and to improve Mac boot time it is recommended to use third party Mac clean up tool. It has interactive user interface that easily solve the one of the most common problem regarding slow booting of Mac.