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Re: [OS X] How to get rid of Slow Mac Lion Slow Mac OS X 10.7
I made my post early on in the game, thinking it was a software issue, before I knew your Mac specs. It would seem that you have the minimum requirements just to RUN Lion. To have it run well, I would put the maximum amount of RAM in your Machine (as was stated above, either 6 or 8 GB).
I have 2 iMacs running Lion, both maxed out with RAM for better performance.
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Thanks for reply,
From the above discussions it seems that I need to go for RAM upgrade (may be 8 GB). But from learnings I also knew that while dealing with large files we create so much of temp data which eats too much of free space in HD. Timely removal of such useless data can save free space for applications and ultimately help to enhance Mac speed. These files can be removed with crap remover.
Now, I have two options to resolve the issue. Let me see which one is feasible and affordable..
Will be back soon.....
Free disk space has a minimal impact on performance unless you're extremely low on space (less than 10% of total size). RAM plays a much larger role.
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