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    Games affect Mac work

    That's something I really want to know, i pay games and work on my Mac ,but lately my Mac has been slow, when I start to open other software or app on Mac, it makes me wait five seconds or more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by opaseras View Post
    That's something I really want to know, i pay games and work on my Mac ,but lately my Mac has been slow, when I start to open other software or app on Mac, it makes me wait five seconds or more.
    Unfortunately I don't think this is the place for you to be posting. Unless it's specifically a Trove-related issue. Note that your Mac might just be a bit weak in the specs department, or that there's a problem with the Mac itself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LippyLapras View Post
    Unfortunately I don't think this is the place for you to be posting. Unless it's specifically a Trove-related issue. Note that your Mac might just be a bit weak in the specs department, or that there's a problem with the Mac itself.
    You still around! Happy to see you still kicking. Used to see your name in the forums a lot in the past. Hope you doing well .




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    Worth noting that trove has a bug where sometimes if you close it, it will still run in the background taking up resources. Otherwise the most likely candidates are probably a bloated hard drive, or too much dust in the system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fruitie View Post
    Worth noting that trove has a bug where sometimes if you close it, it will still run in the background taking up resources. Otherwise the most likely candidates are probably a bloated hard drive, or too much dust in the system.
    I did some physical cleaning --- Clean up the dust on Mac.but I found it was not its fault, my teacher suspects that the Mac may be hiding a lot of junk.

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    An interesting topic ,the speed of a computer /Mac can be affected by many factors,such as the running in the background,system device Storage space and other ,(Don't rule out the possibility of a game),you can do some simple Mac cleanup, which could speed up your computer,if still no help , uninstall some software (Or apps ) you don't use on your Mac .

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    Bugger off, Bot!

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