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My Macbook Air (latest model) with 256G SSD, start up is slow (40s to 1min). I thought one of the reasons to have SSD HD is there is no delay of HD spin up and seek time on the data. Do you know any tools on the market to check out my SSD?

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You might try Tech Tool Deluxe - available through Apple website.

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Well, there are quite a lot of causes for a startup slow or freezing MacBook computer, if you prefer a quicker yet easier way to fix the performance issues, see here: http://www.speedupmacbook.com/ Should help you get rid of the problem, best regards!

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