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オリジナル投稿者: Sarabian ,

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rdklincorporated is 100% spot on. OS X still can get bogged down with things starting up and it still needs to be defragged occasionally.

Check the Login Items tab on your User account to see how many things automatically start up when you log in. See how many you can eliminate. Make sure that at least 10% of the capacity of your hard drive is free space (10G on a 100G drive, for example). The OS needs this to use as swap space and not having that slows it down tremendously.

As doing backups should now be done by everyone, doing a complete erase and install will not hurt a thing and can rejuvenate an older machine.

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