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Quick Fixes to Common Mac Problems

Apple iMac technical support phone number

If you are an iMac user and your devices begin to slow down with age, then there is no need to worry about it. As there are many performance tips for you to fix it up. You can also take a reliable technical support from Apple IMac support to resolve the issue in minutes. Below is a list of best ways on how to make your Mac faster.

Here are few common things you can perform on your Mac:

• Free up more disk space

• Remove unnecessary startup items and Internet plug-ins

• Install more RAM and manage memory better

In case the above-mentioned steps are not able to resolve the iMac slow running issues, then you can dial a toll-free technical customer support phone number for Apple iMac and get solutions in a short span of time.

Free up more disk space

First of all, find the large media files on your Mac device, delete the unused videos, applications, and photos. You can move all your personal data to an external hard drive, and remove them from your Mac.

After this empty your trash cans.

Remove the junk files generated from your web browser, system, or applications. A fast and efficient way is using smart Mac cleaning software, MacClean.

The software will remove all junk files from Safari, Chrome, Firefox and Opera all in one place, covering caches, cookies, browsing history, download history and sessions.

It also clears user junk, system junk, development junk, and app leftover.

The software tool works for all Macs, including MacBook Pro/Air, iMac, Mac mini, Mac Pro, etc.

Download MacClean now to free up more space. If you face any sort of difficulty in downloading the Mac cleaning software, then you can take 24X7 online Apple customer service from a reliable third party technical support providing company and get instant solutions.


Don't have enough RAM

For this, simply open up Terminal: /Applications/Utilities.

Enter the command: Purge, and tap the enter tab.

The process will take 2-3 minutes to complete.

Open up Activity Monitor to see the before and after results, you'll find the Free size increases in System Memory.

Lots of unneeded login items

  • First of all, open up System Preferences, and tap the Users & Groups.
  • Tap on the Login Items tab, and you'll see a list of apps that open every time you turn on Mac.
  • Choose the login items you want to kill, and click the "-" button to remove them.
  • Having too much on Mac desktop

For getting more solutions to get quality solutions you can visit the official website of Apple iMac and get relevant solutions from the certified tech experts to resolve the sluggish Mac issues frequently.

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