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I have experienced multiple slow-downs of waking from sleep on my MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2016) running macOS Sierra 10.12.1 (16B2555).
This is the usual dock I have. It's pretty much the default, but I always have Terminal, Discord Canary, TextEdit, and Google Chrome open.
Here's a detailed rundown of the versions of the apps and what I'm doing with them:
- Version 2.7.1 (387)
- Is running a Node.js command almost all the time
- Discord Canary
- Version 0.0.136 (0.0.136)
- Used to chat with other gamers
- Similar to Skype
- Latest beta build
- Version 1.12 (329)
- Used to edit multiple Node.js files
- Google Chrome
- Version 54.0.2840.98 (64-bit)
- Used to browse the web
- Is my main browser.
In case this is relevant, I recently changed my settings to never sleep on a timer. It only sleeps when the lid of my MacBook is shut.
Anyways, now we can get into the actual problem. My screen turns on, but doesn't have any content. After about 40 seconds, my MacBook is usable.