Well, there are two easy ways, the most effective being an SSD upgrade...
Upgrade your Mac's internal hard drive to a solid state drive (SSD). As an SSD has no rotating drum, or any moving parts at all in fact, access to your data is many, many times faster than that of a standard rotary hard drive. The improvement in speed has to be seen to be believed, expect at least a ten times overall speed boost. Additionally an SSD generates less heat and therefore uses less power resulting in improved battery performance in portable Macs. Due to the lack of moving parts, failure is virtually unheard of. Capacity ranges from 64GB right up to 2TB, so there's an SSD to suit your requirement.
Upgrade the RAM in your Mac. In general Macs have quite a lot of RAM as standard, but an upgrade to larger RAM modules can make a difference. Most Pre-2008 Macs can utilise up to 6GB (up to 32GB on the Mac Pro), and Post-2008 Macs can run up to 16GB (MacBooks and mini), 32GB (iMac) and a massive 128GB for the Mac Pro. RAM is not comparatively expensive and can help if you are receiving a 'memory low' warning.
If however you simply want more space on your Mac and you're not bothered about rocket-ship performance, then a simple hard drive (HDD) upgrade is a cheaper way to go. Capacities up to 6TB are available and HDD prices are exceptionally low now that SSDs have taken a hold on the market.
SSD and HDD installation prices include collection of your Mac, supply and installation of the drive, migrating of existing data, service, checking and testing, and redelivery of your Mac back to you. Your data will be intact and as it was when your Mac was collected. In the case of RAM upgrades, this can be done on site and takes no more than a few minutes. If you would like to discuss upgrade options, get in touch with Mac Doctor Norwich now for a quote via the Contact page.
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