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Hiya everyone,

I just joint the mac world

I have an Apple Macbook Pro A1226 Laptop, 2.2GHz, 250GB, 2GB DDR2, MAC 10.7 Lion.

the laptop is struggling a bit with aperture or when it start to be a bit busy.

Beside upgrading the ram, is there anything else i could do without breaking the bank ?

thanks for your help
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You pegged it - RAM will help you a lot. Make sure your HDD has plenty of free space as well.
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Thanks.
Another thing i have notice. I have check my hard drive storage, and it show 50.81GB of movies, but i have only 3 ???? is there anywhere i could find where its all come from and delete to free some space

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Download OmniDisk Sweeper (free utility) that will scan your HD and show where all of your files are located and the space they take up. Don't delete anything you aren't sure about of course.
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thanks, great app
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regarding the ram memory, i am looking to get those onehttp://www.crucial.com/uk/store/mpartspecs.aspx?mtbpoid=722F2AF1A5CA7304

are they easy to install ?
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regarding the ram memory, i am looking to get those onehttp://www.crucial.com/uk/store/mpartspecs.aspx?mtbpoid=722F2AF1A5CA7304

are they easy to install ?
Just for you. Installing MacBook Pro 15" Core 2 Duo Models A1226 and A1260 RAM - iFixit
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excellent, cheers. Memory been order
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