Nowadays Macs are becoming more and more popular in business environments – even outside of areas where they’ve conventionally been strong such as video and photo editing. The reason for that is simple: Macs are viewed as reliable and secure machines that will deliver strong performance levels over the long term.
While all that is certainly true, if you want your Macs to deliver on their promise then it is important that you properly maintain them. Don’t worry that isn’t as complicated as it sounds, and there are just a few easy tasks that you should perform:
Run Disk Utility
Within every Mac is a helpful tool called Disk Utility that can help you to check your hard drive for fragmentation as well as repair it. All you need to do is select your hard drive and use the ‘First Aid’ tab to check and repair it.
Check the Activity Monitor
If your Mac seems to be slower than you’re used to the first thing you should do is check the Activity Monitor to see if anything is using up its memory (i.e. RAM). In the Activity Monitor you can force any unnecessary apps to close, or just track down which apps are taking up memory and close them the normal way.
Remove unneeded login items
Did you know that your Mac automatically launches some apps whenever it is booted, and these apps tend to run in the background? Head over to your System Preferences then to Accounts and Login Items to see a list of what is being launched and remove anything you don’t need.
Update OS X regularly
Every OS X update contains numerous fixes for various bugs as well as vulnerabilities. If you are using your Mac for business purposes, it is important that you update it regularly so that you aren’t exposed.
Reboot the Mac periodically
Although Macs can run for weeks on end without rebooting – that isn’t necessarily good for it. If you’re one of the many people who rarely ever reboot their Mac, try to get in the habit of doing so at least once a week – if not more frequently.
Free up space on your hard drive
It is never a good idea to let your Mac’s hard drive get too full – as that will impact its performance. Try to clean out any unnecessary junk files from your Mac regularly, and also uninstall apps that aren’t being used.
As you can see there’s nothing too hard about any of that – though you may need a little bit of help from Mac cleaning software. On that front Movavi Mac Cleaner will be all that you need really as it will automatically scan and find any junk files then let you delete them in just a single click.
On top of that Movavi Mac Cleaner will let you free up even more space with its ‘Uninstaller’ by tracking down leftovers from apps and deleting them as well as removing any apps you no longer need. It also includes a ‘Shredder’ to delete confidential files, as well as its own antivirus and firewall to protect your Mac.
All in all if you want to keep your Mac in tip top condition, Movavi Mac Cleaner should help you to do that quite conveniently. Give it a try and you’ll see how easy it makes it to clean your Mac, free up space, and keep it well-maintained for your business.