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Mac desktop stop at apple loading screen how do i fix this

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Try to force quit the Applications

  1. Go to the top right part of the screen and click on the Apple logo.
  2. Click "Force Quit"
  3. Select the Application you are in or all of them and for each click "Force Quit"
If this doesn't work try to restart your iMac
  1. On the back of your iMac locate the power button in the bottom left.
  2. Hold down the button and then the iMac should turn off.
  3. After a minute or so, try to turn the iMac back on again, it should be operating normally.

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