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Battery life is heavily dependent upon how you use the system. Things such as leaving screen brightness at maximum can have significant effect on how quickly power is drained from a charged battery. Applications such as running guest operating systems inside of a virtual machine can be I/O- and CPU-intensive tasks that will also reduce the longevity of a ...


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To get a better look at your power consumption: Open the Activity Monitor in your Utility folder. Click on the Energy Tab. Look how much power is Each application consuming, and how much over time. Also look for "app nap" capability (application will go to sleep if not used)


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Mountian Lion uses 2GB RAM, Mavericks 4GB. Windows 7 2GB... I don't want to know what the new Yosemite is going to gobble (especially a bad move of Apple soldering RAM t logic board in new MacBooks... the idea of plug-in chips in soldered chip holders would have been a better solution if RAM cards were omitted), and avoiding it because of this issue and ...


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Yeah, you can get all the contacts that are on the iCloud after you restored your iPhone. And it is highly suggested to backup your iPhone before resetting then after the factory restore, you can restore your iPhone from the backup so that all the backed up data can be restoted to iPhone. However, have you considered other methods to get rid of the Other ...


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The mid-2011 iMac uses 4 - 204-pin PC3-10600 (1333 MHz) DDR3 SO-DIMM, so it seems that you've purchased the correct memory. The most likely cause of the problems you're seeing are improperly inserted- or faulty RAM. It can help to blow out the memory slots with compressed air and ensure that the RAM does not have grease or grime on any of the contacts prior ...


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Crucial is a trusted and renowned company which sells memory sticks and SSD drives at affordable prices. On their front page you can use the Crucial Advisor Tool, if you know the system specs, or download the Crucial System Scanner, which will scan your system for compatible upgrades. They guarantee 100% compatibility on either tool. Using either tool ...


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Your question seems to have invalid data. There is no A1287 MBP model. There are A1286, A1297, A1278 and A1286. Would you please clarify? I would be happy to help with the correct information. (There are others, but those are the closest IDs to what you wrote.) MacBook Pro A1278 configurations are as follows: 13" Mid-2009 Max 8 GB RAM PC3-8500 1066 MHz ...


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I have here two helpful Links for you: Apple Support Serial Number & Apple Support Memory Upgrade I don't have experience with this memory, but i think it should work ;) But please use the provided Links and double check everything. I don't know how it is in Jp but in Europe you can send the RAM back to Amazon if it does not work. "Normally" a wrong ...


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Check this solution from macrumors: Go to About this mac under the apple in the upper left and click on More info Click on system report make a note of what it says after Model Identifier go to your master drive – System -Library – Extensions – IOPlatformPluginFamily.kext -Contents – Plugins – ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin.kext – Contents – Resources – find the ...


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com.macpaw.CleanMyMac.helperTool.plist Support [loaded] com.macpaw.CleanMyMac.trashSizeWatcher.plist Support [loaded] com.macpaw.CleanMyMac.volumeWatcher.plist Support [not loaded] The above is probably the main cause of your problems. Google for directions to uninstall CleanMyMac. Also get rid of the following: [not loaded] ...


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Macs are notoriously picky about memory. The specs of your memory must match exactly what the Mac is expecting. Your Mac is expecting: DDR3 PC3-10600 • CL=9 • Unbuffered • NON-ECC • DDR3-1333 • 1.35V If yours is not exactly this, you will have problems. I believe your Macbook can take up to 16GB, so 8GB should be fine.


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I'm using iStat Menus, which shows a GPU Memory Usage figure. The screenshot below is from my copy of iStat Menus 4.22. There is a new version 5 release, which includes "better per-app stats". I haven't tried this: I suspect it doesn't break down the GPU figures per-app, but it's worth a try -- there is a free trial.


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Activity Monitor > View > All Processes, Hierarchically ought to do it, with a bit of scrolling...


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A simple answer: PC3-12800 , or to be more specific, a DDR3-1600MHz 204 PIN SODIMM. DMS Sells a 16GB kit, as does Crucial and OWC.


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I am not saying you are wrong, but the GPU memory is normally used for rendering the current laptop 2D display, and then for the calculations for 3D display (games), and GPU acceleration (modern browsers). I've used, programmed various computers for many years, and yet to see an issue related to an application using to much GPU memory. But ISTRC MBP from ...



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