If your Mac keeps running slowly, there are several things that you can do to address the issue. If you want to check for issues with memory First, open Activity Monitor. Pick the processes that are causing the issue and then press Quit. It is possible to stop the process if it takes over a lot of memory. You can utilize the System Memory tab to check for any slow processes that are running within your Mac.
A CPU issue is another reason for slowness in your Mac. You should close any program using overly much CPU. In order to do that, start the Activity Monitor and click the “X” button underneath the window’s small buttons. You can use Google to search for the applications that consume the most CPU power but you aren’t sure what apps are. It should allow you to see which apps can slow down your Mac’s performance.
When your drive has been overloaded, it can also cause the Mac to slow down. Your operating system will run slower if you have more than one program. There is a way to remove files which you do not use, or transfer the files to a different drive. If you’re unsure of which is the issue Try opening your Activity Monitor and looking at the complete list of processes that are operating on your Mac. There are a few issues that should be apparent – they are an indication that the Mac is running multiple programs at once.