MacBook Pro is one of the most efficient computer devices work with most advance configuration gives a completely sophisticated platform to perform crucial computing task in an easy way. However, the speed of such machines can be also affected unpredictably.
Sluggish performance of MacBook Pro disturbs the crucial assignments, and sometimes tests the patience beyond the tolerance. But a little tune-up and optimization help to boost up speed and helps time and efforts of the user. Here below find how to speed up a MacBook pro.
Control Apps through Activity Monitor
Use activity monitor in the utilities folder to see the apps running on your MacBook. MacBook pro support recommends use it as there are many apps which should be not closed forcefully. Open this app and click on CPU button and CPU Colum to view all the applications running at the backend and the amount of memory they are consuming.
Update OS X and Other Software
Keep your MacBook OS X updated with latest version that also helps to improve the speed. Along with Mac OS, also make sure you have updated all the apps installed into your computer system. Set your Mac for auto update, get Mac OS X support 1(833) 493-0111 to set your device for getting latest update automatically and keep your system well-run.
Clean your Hard Disk to Free up Space
MacBook Pro hard drive occupied with too much data become slow, especially when you access an application or large size data kept into the hard disk. And besides important files, lots of unnecessary files like web cache, temp files, widget, apps, plugins, trash files and useless apps consumes memory. Remove such apps and clean the disk and make some space to free up the hard drive to optimize the speed of your MacBook pro.
Turn off Startup Items & Visual Effects
Manage your startup items that also affect speed of MacBook. Browser, desktop animation, widget and messenger etc. are few items slowdown Mac speed. And animation related application also disturb the performance of Mac. If all these not help you to improve the speed of your device, then take MacBook pro technical support help to find if there is any malware controlling the performance remove that immediately.