In this article we will discuss about how to speed up Mac Boot time lion. discussion about it follows under:
The booting time of your MacBook determines how clean and safe is your computer system. Faster booting time assures faster operation and hassle free working. For keeping your Mac’s booting time fast, you need to maintain regularly your computer system and yes maintaining your operating system is not at all a hideous task as it is thought. You will be surprised to know that regular maintenance of Mountain X Lion OS takes nearly few minutes of your time.
Here are some simple tips by which you can speed up your Mac Boot Time Lion:
1. Minimum Login Programs
When you allow multiple applications to login automatically the process starts operating for so many tasks on your computer system. Many applications and items like the menu bar items, login items start to function at the booting time, and this results in slow booting. You need to minimize the items that are not so important this way you would boost up the booting time.
2. Disconnecting USB and Other Hard Drives
While starting your MacBook system, you should never attach any external device as this may lead to slow processing time and your system may end up into slower speed.
3. SSD will Speed Up your Mac
It is a proven fact that operating system installed in Solid State Drive runs faster as compared to traditional hard drive. Although SSD comes in high prices, but its performance is worth noting.
Thumbnails not only junks your memory space but also interfere into the booting process. You may not be aware, but numerous small thumbnails may garbage 10% of your memory. Therefore, it is advised to avoid thumbnails as far as possible and save your computer system
5. Turning off your Windows Restore
Though this is a unique feature presented by Windows, but this does contribute in making memory space busy and resulting into slow booting time. If you turn off the Windows Restore system, the memory will not have to take the pain to saving set ups, and it will boot freely. This will save time, space and give speed to booting system.
6. PRAM Updating
In older Power Mac G3s, parameter RAM may be a problem for your booting process. Old PRAM maybe defective that would result in delayed booting process. For checking your PRAM, you need to shut down your computer system and start it again keeping pressed the command button and P and R options. You will discover as chime twice, after that you need to release those two keys and allow normal booting process of your system. If you do not hear the chime sound, then it is an indication that your PRAM need to be checked. If your PRAM condition is too bad, it’s a time to replace it by new one.
7. Check for Loose Connection and Other External Connections
There may be loose cable connection that might be interfering in the booting process of MAC. Loose connections may contribute to problems with other external peripherals. Check your speakers connection, they might be loose, you will get a warning message if else any of the connection is loose.
8. Small Peripherals are Good for Booting
If else you are bound to connect peripherals, connect them after your Mac has started completely and make sure the connection are at the right place.
Apart from the above tips it is essential for you to check daily programs that you run and keep your system highly maintained on a regular basis.