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
Apple have filed lawsuits against rival technology giants Samsung in dozens of countries. Some of them are still being decided in courts, some have already been decided. The latest decision, in Germany, has meant that the new Samsung Galaxy SIII is legally banned in the country alongside the Galaxy Tab. There are newer versions being released that have modified the software enough to be able to ship their product, but it is still a huge setback to have their flagship products banned in major countries like the US; countries that will invariably be contributing a huge amount to their sales. Read more
ZAGG recently wrote about a new design project developed by a team of Apple employees, called the iBangle. iBangle is a wearable iPod made from aluminum, with a multi-touch trackpad. The bangle would fit any wrist size thanks to the built-in inflatable cushion. Read more
I discovered the fruit memo pads about two years ago, when they were launched in Japan by D-Bros. Both apple-shaped and pear-shaped memo pads were looking so cute and fresh that I wished to have one for myself. It was too hard to order them from Japan because of the shipping costs and the high price of $20 per item, but now I’m happy they got cheaper and I have the pleasure to review one of these, thanks to Mini In The Box that sent one over for review. Read more
Earlier today, Apple introduced a new desktop monitor called the LED Cinema Display that features 27-inch diagonal, 2560 x 1440 resolution, 178-degree viewing angles, built-in iSight web camera with speakers and microphone, USB 2.0 hub and a MagSafe connector. Apple recommends it to MacBook and iMac users who can connect the laptop to the larger display when needed. Read more