Question about Apple iMac Desktop
I have a refurbished all in one iMac. The last six months or so, it is so slow. I have a fast dsl connection; I've wiped out cookies and history, all to no avail. Mostly I watch the circle go round and round while it loads far too slowly. Any other suggestions for how to lick this problem?
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Posted on Sep 04, 2012
The spinning wheel can indicate insufficient memory for your OS (I would recommend at least 1GB for 10.4 on a G3). It can also indicate insufficient free space on the hard drive (you should have at least 6 GB free for swap space). It can also indicate you have a bad spot on your hard drive, and it is spending lots of time on re-reads and re-writes.
For slow systems when nothing else works, I often recommend the use of a shareware tool called "Snow Leopard Cache Cleaner" (it's just a name—it's backwards compatible with all past versions of the OS). However, the type of slowdowns this fixes don't tend to be accompanied by the spinning beach ball. Still, if used properly, it can't hurt.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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