MacBook Pro models with 13" displays

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to keep the peak performance in tact maintenance schedules

I will be extremely thankful if any one can throw light on the schedules to be maintained in deleting the cookies,caches and launch daemons from the system

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I haven't found this really necessary in a long time. I do try to defragment and optimize once a year.

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Thank you for the wonderful advice,how do I accomplish the task of defragmentation ,please give me the procedures


I use Tech Tools Pro.


I should buy this tool install it in the system and then i start the process.Thank you very much for the advice,i am obliged.


No, you can't defragment a system from an app. that's running on it. You boot from the TTP disk (it has a system file) and then defragment the drive.


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1. Remove Unnecessary files from the desktop

Every time the Mac OS X loads, it indexs desktop contents. creates icons for files and catalogs the contents of each folder at desktop.

2. Say “NO” to unwanted startup applications

Reduce the number of startup applications go “System Preferences” -> “User Accounts”. Uncheck those Mac startup applications from the list which you don't need to run at Mac startup. The unnecessary startup applications increase the boot time and slow down your Macbook.

3. Disable the Dashboard – An important fix for slow Macbook

If you are regular user of Mac OS X dashboard then it should be kept in mind that each one of those unnecessary widgets and web clips consumes memory - and you can't even see them unless you ask for them!

5. Disable/Switch Off the unused options in your Macbook

The options like Wireless, Bluetooth, Speech Recognition, Internet Sharing etc. should be turned off when they are not in use. This will not only speedup your Macbook but, extend your battery life too.

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I need the procedure to disable DASH BOARD,Thank you for the woderful advice


open terminal > type:

defaults write mcx-disabled -boolean YES


killall Dock

return - exit terminal

You have to log out or reboot to have it take effect.

To turn back on type NO in place of YES


Thank you so much for the wonderful advice,I will try it and report back to you.i


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