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How to make faster your MacBook - User Guide.

Imagine You are during the culmination of some immediate process and unexpectedly MacBook freezes. What is the possible solution? Despite the common idea, Macintosh users indeed experience non systematic freezes when running ordinary programs. The pattern of slowing does not seem to be stable. Reportedly, the current problems are far worse and may affect any MacBook after which the system becoming unrecoverable. Exact cause of malfunction is unpredictable and a Macintosh can stop at any moment.
 Even though an precise cause is not discovered this far, that problem seems to be because of significant problems with integration of latest application types available with all the currently used equipment. Some of the available solutions to troubleshoot this behavior are covered below.
 Attempt these simple steps to deal with the MacBook freeze issue:
 Load the laptop in Safe Mode: computer slowing inconveniences can be due certain noon-integrated third-party programs. To to verify this idea, a user should load Macintosh in “safe mode”, which restricts these external programs from launching when Operational system starts.
 Reproach Software Installation While Working In Safe Mode: To do so, try eliminating the software one at a time and thus check whether this removes mentioned issue. Waste majority of these inconveniences tend to occur involving applications that use network resources to synchronize. A username can as well cause application-related troubles, that is why set a new registration, before another testing of software. If the inconvenience doesn’t vanish, attempt reinstalling the relevant programs.
 Do Mac Disk Recovery Actions: These include:
•     Going back to an earlier Mac OS X increment
•     Performing an “archive & install” check
•     Repartitioning and format of the main disc
 It happens that a Mac freezes while its lid is closed. You might shut the lid in case you set the MacBook into sleeping mode, as well as when you are not working. The problem may originate in latest feature that Macs use, called Safe Sleep, where Macbook sends the contents of Random access to the main drive. This is actually an inbuilt safety feature applied to the newer Mac models; in case the battery dies down absolutely when your MacBook is in Safe Sleep mode, the machine can still continue from the last recorded state once you turn it on.
 In fact, mentioned safety measure appears to be counterproductive, due to the fact that it significantly slows down the process of falling asleep for your Mac. To illustrate this we can say that, in case of Macintosh with 4 GB RAM, recording 2 GB of data to the hard drive will require a little while. This also means that that laptop is going to utilize no less than 2048 Mb of extra disk space on the HD to write information each time.
 Additionally, when in earlier described Safe Sleep mode, a so –called sleeping light shines, and doesn’t pulse. If that changes brightness, it means the Macintosh stays active. In case that light shines fixedly, as it does in Safe Sleep mode, the processors work at maximal capacity. The computer gets very overheated. Placing it into a bag in this state may seriously shorten the lifespan of the machine.
 This is the reason why we should think whether the Safe Sleep mode is indeed a valuable application for your laptop. The feature saves your computer in case of accumulkator depletion. If you timely check that this can’t does not appear, you can probably turn off the Safe sleep.
 Do the next steps to turn off the “safe sleep” constantly:
1.     Input these 2 sequences in the Terminal, after which hit “return” key:
” sudo pmset -a hibernatemode 0”
Sudo nvram "use-nvramrc?"=false
 The ‘safe sleep” regime is now turned-off.
You have to to locate and eradicate the directory that holds information that a laptop writes to your hard drive taking it the Random access memory when in Safe Sleep regime. You may easily eliminate this file, thus saving your Macintosh some essential data capacity. The name of the directory is “SleepImage”.
 To utilize that disc capacity, do such actions:
1.     In Go pad, open the ”finder” application, and select ”go to folder” option.
2.     input the following command into the “prompt” and push “return” button:
"/var/vm" (with brackets)
3.     Identify a folder called SleepImage.
4.     Remove this file and make empty the Trash folder to purge data storage place

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