There are a variety of methods to improve your Mac performance. The first step is to launch the Activity Monitor and look whether there are any issues with memory use. Choose Quit to end the issue you’re experiencing. If the application takes up excessive memory, you can close it and try again later. It is possible to use the System Memory tab as well to determine if there are any slow processes are running in your Mac.

The CPU is another possible cause of slow performance on your Mac. If you’re running a software that is using a lot of CPU, then you need to close it. Start Activity Monitor then click the “X” button that is located under the buttons. If you’re not sure which apps are taking up too much CPU power then try an Google search to find the apps. It should allow you determine which applications are slowing down your Mac’s performance.

Your Mac might also become slower when it is loaded with too many programs. A lot of applications use the entire memory of your computer, which makes the operating system slow. You can delete files you don’t use or move the files to a different drive. Open Activity Monitor to see mac mojave slow a run-time list of processes running within your Mac. Some errors will appear – this is an indication that your computer is running too many programs at once.