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Apple has a support document explaining this, see https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201191#27inch2017 for your model:


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Chrome has a task manager that will be handy in case you have too many tabs to simply close them manually and note when memory reclaims. https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/1385029 On your computer, open Chrome. At the top right, click the vertical "dot dot dot" icon. Select More Tools and then Task Manager. Click “Memory” to sort tasks by ...


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Your current MacBook Air has an L1 cache of 128 kB. So your guess of 10^5 bytes is not far off! The latest MacBook Air has the same amount of L1 cache, so in that respect it is the same. However, other parts of the CPU are vastly different. Note that your might see that some of these CPUs are listed as having "Smart Cache", which essentially means that ...


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Yes - your Mac is perfectly normal and here's how to tell precisely how much extra RAM you can allocate to reach pre-designed limits that Apple has established for macOS. no swap (which isn't a problem either, just if you wait for swapping then it's a problem) no memory pressure all memory should get allocated since unused RAM is a waste the system is ...


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I have 16GB of HyperX Impact 2133 MHz DDR3 RAM installed in my 17-inch Macbook Pro Late 2011 2.4 GHz running El Capitan (MacOS 10.11.6). I purchased the RAM on Amazon: Here Geekbench 4.0 shows an overall 5% increase in performance over the previously installed 16GB of 1600 MHz RAM. Some of the benchmarks improved by over 10%. Multi-core memory bandwidth ...


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