Age is the main problem that affects the efficiency of your Mac computer. It does not matter whether you have an iMac or a MacBook Pro, your machine will begin to slow down as it gets older and you will need Macbook Pro parts. There are several ways to fix this problem and speed up your Mac computer. First of all, let’s find out what exactly is causing your iMac to slow down.
Your hard drive may be full
If you have too much data on your hard disk, your Mac does not need another reason to run slowly. See if you can free up some storage space by deleting some files or moving them to an external storage device. You will most probably see an improvement in speed.
Your computer is running an older version of OS X
The performance of your Mac depends on the OS. If your machine is running an older version of OS X, it will be slow. That is the main reason Apple releases OS updates almost every year.
Startup could be slowing down your computer
When you power on your Mac computer, it loads up a lot of things in the background. They slow down the startup process. They also slow down the overall speed and efficiency of your computer. Your Mac won’t be able to perform even simple tasks when you have too much software running in the background. Read more
If you dream of having a personal boat that’s easy to drive whenever you need to spend a few hours alone on the water so you can relax, read, listen to the music or access secret swimming holes, take a look at The One-Person Electric Watercraft available exclusively at Hammacher Schlemmer. Read more
Designed for portability and powered by the OLED technology, the TripLit lamp seems to be a great solution for outdoor enthusiasts. The organic light emitting diode lamp is an economic and eco-friendly solution for various activities permormed outside, providing several benefits such as it doesn’t attract bugs like regular light sources, lasts over 30 hours, charges via micro-USB, doesn’t emit UV rays, is Mercury-free, and doesn’t produce heat so it’s safe to touch it without worrying that you could burn your fingers. Read more
Traveling alone can be quite daunting for some women, especially when it is their first trip alone. Worry not, because there are a lot of gadgets that will help you enjoy the best of your trip with ease. We are going to take a look at some of them in this article.
Reading & Entertainment
The best gadget to travel with is a tablet or an eBook reader. There are so many things you can do with them. You can pack hundreds – even thousands – of great books to read on a single eBook reader or a tablet. You can also load games, movies and music onto them for those long flights and relaxing days at the beach. Read more
Coming in a small form factor, in blue, green or red, Snappie is a remote control for selfies taken with your phone. It connects via Bluetooth and works within a 10-meter range. Read more
A digital candle brings the benefits of not producing flame, smoke and hot wax. The Playbulb Candle uses smart sensors to allow you to blow it out, the gesture that’s similar to using a real candle. Read more
Working similarly to Polaroid instant analog cameras, this point-and-shoot model prints photos in 20 seconds. It uses a self-developing high-speed film to produce 2 1/2″ H x 3 3/4″ W color photos. Read more
While I was reading about this product, I remembered an old smartphone concept that allows you to send and receive fragrances. This aroma diffuser might be a step towards that cool concept. The small device measures called Scentee works right out of the box and spreads a pleasant scent around. You can choose from coffee, lavender, rosemary, roses, and strawberry. Read more
Wocket was launched at the Consumer Electronics Show in January as the smart wallet that protects your identity by replacing all the cards you used to keep in your regular wallet. Read more
The idea behind the design of these headphones is great as they are almost invisible and can make you look like a member of the secret service. They are called earHero and you can include them in the category of open-ear headphones. Read more