Most Macs come pre-loaded with gigabytes of software that you will most likely never use. Unless you plan on using every printer in the world, you probably do not need your computer to support them all. A Mac tuneup is a cleaning process that involves removing unnecessary software to free up space on your Mac, leaving more room for the programs you actually want, and making your Mac run better than Apple ever planned.
You might need a nerd if…
- Your Mac is going slower and slower
- You see unexpected popups on your Mac
- Your Mac takes a long time to start up
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Questions nerds often hear about Redding Mac Tuneup
Is Mac Tuneup Redding expensive?
Every computer problem is different.
A hard drive, or hard disk drive, is a storage device that uses magnetic disks to store and retrieve digital information. It is non-volatile (retains data even when the power is turned off), making it ideal for use in computers and other computerized devices that need to remember things even when they’re not plugged in.
A recovery disk is a disk that contains a backup of the original operating system, software and drivers that were pre-installed on your computer. It can be used to restore your computer to its original state in case of a software failure or other problems.