Upgrade Your Apple Mac
Why spend out on a new machine when there are so many ways to improve your current computer with an Apple Mac Upgrade. Upgrades can come in all shapes and sizes to fit your budget.
Expanding your Ram, increasing your drive speed or upgrading to a super fast SSD will all improve the performance of your machine. Even earlier Macbook Pro’s and iMac’s will show considerable performance increases. You can bring a new lease of life to your trusty laptop or desktop.
There is just no comparison, your computer will be much faster to boot.
How much of an improvement depends on your operating system, hardware, and what software is loading at boot — but you can make it down to 10-20 seconds, even on an older early 2009 machine. Your Mac OS X desktop will load much more quickly after you log in too. Even if you have a lot of nasty bloatware running at boot, your desktop will become usable much more quickly.
Everything happens as quickly as you could possibly want. That time spent waiting that you don’t notice because it’s just the usual routine, all add up. Even something as simple as browsing the web will be faster. Page load times quicker because your browser’s cache files are on your SSD and will load almost instantly.
While most Macs now ship with between 4GB and 16GB of RAM, some older Apple Mac machines were fitted with less as standard. Plus the lower end of this range may not be enough for your uses. If your system is without sufficient RAM, you will experience slowness when launching programs, loading documents, and all sorts of other system uses.
In OS X Mavericks Activity Monitor the Memory section in shows a Pressure chart instead. If you’re in the green your doing ok and it is indicating that your usage does not exceed the system’s memory capability. If this chart’s numbers are regularly high, you may need to upgrade your RAM.