50Me­mory up­grades

Mac|Life - - FEATURE -

The more mem­ory your Mac has, the less likely it is that macOS will need to move data for an idle app to stor­age to free it up for some­thing else, and back to mem­ory when it’s needed. So, you may want to up­grade your Mac’s mem­ory. Some re­pair cen­ters can do this, but you can do it your­self on many older Macs. Iden­tify your model in > About This Mac, click the Mem­ory tab to see how much is in­stalled, then click Mem­ory Up­grade In­struc­tions. Note that some Macs can’t be up­graded at all.

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