Last Updated on Oct 31, 2022
I guess you have multiple questions in mind how can I improve the speed of my Mac, or Why my MacBook is running slow after the macOS Ventura update? That’s the genuine behavior of a person who is facing a sudden change in the speed of Mac. Compared to the first day when you brought Mac home, today, it consists of thousands of hidden files that are unable to find and some can’t be deleted. However, removing any important file could alter the functionality of the system. Some Mac users upgrading RAM and SSD Drive to Boost the speed it’s a wise solution. But somewhere you can’t do that for example Mac mini Late 2014 model apple doesn’t allow upgrade RAM. and SSD because of 1.4 GHz Processor. I am one of the experienced guys among you. Finally, I found the solution that helps me [Reinstall after Erase Drive] and amazing. are you tech people, you know all about the RAM and Processor, HDD/SSD Drive, so you can do it and learn from YouTube for replacing hardware part on your iMac, MacBook Pro/MacBook Air.
Problems apart, let’s focus on the article we have mentioned a few easy tricks to speed up macOS Ventura with no loss. Starting from the basics, the tutorial goes on to tricky solutions but can be done with fundamental knowledge of macOS.
Ways to Speed Up any MacOS on MacBook, Mac
Fix 1: Remove or Move unused files and Folder from the desktop.
We are habituated to putting every file and folder on the desktop to access quickly. Delete unnecessary files and move the data which you need.
- Step 1: Press and hold Control and tap on the files that you want to group together.
- Step 2: Now, right-click on the selected files and select New Folder with Selection.
Alternatively, you can use the all-new feature which is known by the name Stacks in macOS Mojave. Stacks are used to Group by and Sort the files on your desktop to remove cluttering.
- Step 1: On the menu bar click on “View.”
- Step 2: There, you will find “Use Stacks,” mark on it.
Get Here: How to use Stacks on Desktop mac
Fix 2: Optimize Storage on your mac
Optimizing the storage of Mac will speed up your macOS Ventura. The big files, such as email attachments and iTunes films are removed if they are old. The email attachments removed from the Mac but it will remain safe in the primary server, so whenever you need them you can download from there.
- Step 1: Tap on “Apple” icon and Open “About This Mac.”
- Step 2: Now, tap on “Storage” and then on “Manage.”
- Step 3: Click on “Optimize” and after reading the dialogue box tap “Optimize.”
You can re-download the videos or movies from iTunes again.
If you want to download Mail attachments, then go with the following step,
- Step 1: Go to “Mail.”
- Step 2: Tap “Preferences” and then click on “Accounts.”
- Step 3: Select “Account name” and tap “Account Information.”
- Step 4: Click “Download Attachments” and select all.
Fix 3: Remove Background apps
macOS Big Sur is running slow the possible reason behind this is more applications are running on the background. Remember whenever you use Mac remove available background applications to boost up the processor. Here’s how to check memory usage by each application.
- Step 1: Tap “Finder” and then open “Applications.”
- Step 2: Click “Utilities” and open “Activity Monitor.”
- Step 3: Now tap on the “Memory” panel.
From there, you can check how much memory is used by each memory, so from now, you make sure they are closed while not in use.
Fix 4: Turn off Motion effects
Of course, additional motion effects give a luxurious look to your Mac, but in the same way, they consume much memory and occupy the processor’s memory all the time.
- Step 1: In “Settings,” open “Accessibility.”
- Step 2: On the left side click on “Display.”
- Step 3: Enable “Reduce motion” and “Reduce transparency.”
Now you will experience a simple Mac without any effects or motion.
Fix 5: Enable Low Power Mode
By quitting the programs and system features that are not necessary at all, and what’s best than enabling the Low Power mode to achieve this in a single click. Like iPhone, you can activate the Low Power Mode on Mac, MacBook. Optimizing the Mac with Low Power Mode is recommended, here’s how to do it.
- Open the System Preferences, to do so, click on the Apple
- Then, select Battery.
- Click on Battery from the sidebar.
- Turn On Low Power Mode
Fix 6: Clean Mac Hard Drive
Suppose your Mac consist or a 500GB hard drive and only 5GB is left then naturally it will slow down the processes. I would suggest you free up some space and see if Mac boosts ups or not. If this doesn’t work for you, then take it back up and clean the entire hard drive.
Fix 7: Reset SMC
SMC can fix the extreme level of problems and speed up the Mac. Issues like battery draining, macOS Mojave gets slow, and some other hardware issues can be adjusted by resetting SMC.
How to Reset SMC in MacBook:
Step 1: Shut down the MacBook.
Step 2: Plug the charger into MacBook.
Step 3: Now, press and hold the “Power” button along with the “shift+control+option” button.
Step 4: Mac will reboot normally.
How to Reset SMC on Mac:
Here I will show you video as well as Steps to Reset SMC on your Apple Mac.
Step 1: Turn off your Mac.
Step 2: Unplug the cable from the power.
Step 3: Wait at least for 10minutes and restart as usual.
Fix 8: Reset NVRAM/PRAM
Resetting PRAM/NVRAM is generally preferred when your Mac starts to behave strangely. We can try this action there is no harm in doing this. It might be possible our macOS Mojave gets speed up.
- Step 1: Turn off the Mac.
Step 2: Press the “Power button” and “Command+Option+P+R” before the gray screen appears.
Step 3: Keep pressing the keys until Mac reboots.
Step 4: Release all the buttons and restart Mac again.
Fix 9: Speed Up macOS Big Sur Start-up
In case your Mac is taking too long on startup, then the reason behind this is many different applications are launching with Mac. However, only it is wasting our time instead we can turn off the applications we don’t need to launch during startup. Complete Guide to Remove Mac Startup program.
Step 1: Click on the “Apple” icon and go to “System Preferences.”
Step 2: Tap “User & Groups.”
Step 3: Click “Login” items.
Step 4: Check the Applications that you don’t want to launch while starting up.
Step 5: Now, click (-) on the bottom of the screen to remove selected apps.
Fix 10: Upgrade HDD to SSD
Nowadays, you will find SSD in every high-performance laptop or computer. If you have newly purchased the Mac, then it might be possible that it is already in there. If not then you must buy SSD with the capacity you need.
SSDs are much faster than HDD, and significantly it will boost up the macOS Big Sur, Mojave. While purchasing SSD confirm that it is Mac compatible otherwise it won’t work on Mac.