MAC Got You By The Balls

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Often while using applications which are taxing on the RAM and the processor some mac operating systems display a spinning beach ball to ask for time to refresh its list of process ids. The problem occurs when this spinning ball just sticks to the skin and refuses to go along with that all systems slow beyond usable level, what can be the workaround this?

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MAC Got You By The Balls

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The spinning ball asks for time as the ram clears tasks at hand but often mac users face the problem where the spinning ball refuses to go. The following are some steps we can follow to get to the root of this problem:

a) We can have a look at the running processes from the activity monitor. It would also display the amount of ram each application is using.

b) We can try to quit some apps which we do not need. If an application refuses to quit press Command+ Options+ Esc to try a force quit for unnecessary processes that are consuming ram.

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