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If your Mac is running slow, there are several things that you can do to address the issue. If you want to check for issues with memory start by opening Activity Monitor. Click Quit to select the procedure you're encountering. You can click Quit if it takes up too much memory. You can utilize the System Memory tab to check if there are any other slow processes running within your Mac.
The CPU is another possible factor that could cause slowness on your Mac. It is recommended to close any application using overly much CPU. To do this, open the Activity Monitor and click on the "X" button underneath the small window's buttons. If you're not certain the apps that are using up too much CPU power, try doing a Google search to find them. It should provide you with some idea which applications are causing your Mac to be slow.
The performance of your Mac may also slow down when it is loaded with too many programs. Your operating system will run slower if you have too many programs. You can try deleting any files you don't use or move them to another drive. If you're not certain what's causing the problem You can try opening up the Activity Monitor and looking at the complete list of applications operating on your Mac . It's likely that you'll see some errors - this is a good sign that you're running multiple applications in parallel.