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Hey I have a macbook, and I have a problem that when I have turned the macbook off, and are turning it on again then when I come to the desktop and wants to begin my work, what ever it is, then the working wheel (timeglas - windows) appear and it takes so long time just to start up safari or to start up two things at a time. What can help bring it back to normal? I have thought about reinstalling the mac, or is the anything else that maybe would help on the problem?
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Download and run the free OnyX maintenance clean up utility. Read the help file and let it run in auto mode. See if that helps.
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It did not installe id, becaus it would not work for my version, but the funny thing is that now it is not slow anymore, like I have been useing it for a day now, and now it is all back to normal. But if I turn it off and start up again, it will begin with the same problem again
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