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How to Troubleshoot Mac Computer Issues?

When you Mac computer not running well or creating a problem you need to perform an effective troubleshooting process that will solve common issues and restore your Mac machine. The right troubleshooting process will help you to fix the problem timely and avoid any major issue. See below the best steps for fast and effective troubleshooting of Mac devices.

How to Troubleshoot Mac Computer Issues

Reboot after Disabling Startup Apps

Sometimes several startup items cause problem at the time of booting mac devices. Hence, login into your MacBook but disable all these items by holding shift key at time of login process. Hold continuously until desktop background appears, all such items will automatically disabled. Such apps start when login into your MacBook.

Clean-up Caches Memory

To remove unwanted junks from your MacBook clean cache and other temp files using various types of software. This also helps to delete corrupt files and folders that can cause a problem while running Mac system. MacBook tech support also provides online help to clear caches files carefully keeping other files at safe place.

Repair Mac Disk Permissions

If your Mac is showing an error of permission denied or you are not able to access a particular folder or program, you need to repair disk permission to remove this error. Select repair Mac disk permission from disk utility and this action can be performed when you boot the startup volume that is creating a problem while accessing a file.

Login into Clean Account

Mac users should always have a separate test account to get fast access for users to switch over to set up in advance for such occasions. Enable fast user switching to make this go very faster and easy accessible. If the error is not showing in this account, it means the error is likely due to file that affects with home account login. To access the same document or file first either copy the same or keep in public folder from access.

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