So, without further ado, let’s jump right in.
Problem No.1: Properly Identifying Your Mac’s Problem
Problem No.2: Slow Performance
When it comes to fixing slow performance, the first thing you need to do is to open the Activity Monitor. You can find it by going to your Applications > Utilities > Activity Monitor. You can also open it by pressing Command and Spacebar at the same time, and typing “Activity Monitor”.
In addition, if you have an older Mac, you should expect that you can run all of the latest apps. You can upgrade your RAM, which is one of the most cost-efficient ways to improve your Mac’s performance.
Problem No.3: Unresponsive Wi-Fi Network
Problem No.4: Unresponsive Bluetooth
Problem No.5: Your MacBook Won’t Charge
If you own a Mac notebook with a removable battery, the first step would be to remove it and the re-insert it to see if this fixes the problem.
– Unresponsive power button;
– Problems with your Mac’s responsiveness when closing or opening the lid;
– Unexpected shutdowns;
– Incorrect LED activity of your MagSafe power adapter.
Problem No.6: Frozen Mac
Problem No.7: Your Mac Can’t Reproduce Sounds
– Make sure your volume is turned up;
– Check speaker power and headphone connections;
You can also click on Sound Preferences to see other options, which may help you find a problem.
Problem No.8: Apps Downloaded from the Internet Won’t Run
Problem No.9: Bunch of Unwanted Apps Open at Login
Problem No.10: Obsolete Apps Still Present in System Preferences
Problem No.11: Spotlight Isn’t as Helpful as It Used to Be
Problem No. 12: Spotlight Knows Too Much About You
– Bing Web Searches
– Allow Spotlight Suggestions in Spotlight and Look Up.