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If applications are hanging and you have to force quit, there's something going on in the background or possibly a hardware problem. You have plenty of horsepower and memory in that machine to run even the most memory intensive programs.

What I suggest you try first is to run the Apple Hardware Test (AHT). That will check out your hardware and more importantly, the memory. Go to this LINK and follow directions.

Post back the results. Also... since you purchased the machine only several months ago, it's still covered under the Apple warranty. If anything does turn up from the AHT, make an appointment with Apple to have it looked at.

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