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A Fusion Drive gives you the best of two worlds: the high storage capacity of a traditional platter-based hard drive, and the speed boost of a solid-state drive, without you having to manually manage files. If you are willing, able, and have the parts, you can make your own Fusion Drive. To build a Fusion Drive, you need to use the Terminal. We're going to lay out the commands you need in a way that most can understand, and you don't need to enter a lot of them. However, a warning to anyone who has never used the Terminal: Working with...

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There can be various reason why your mac starts running slow. Some of these can be app-related- especially software that has autosave option enable. Other issue could be due to running processor on heavy usage software or that require more RAM then what is currently install. Lets take a look at some option that can help solve the issue.   1. Application > Utilities > Disk Utility.app Check S.M.A.R.T status and make sure its verified and take a look at how much space you've got left in the hard drive. A nearly full hard drive will slow down, make sure...

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