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OS 10.5 - macbook pro slower after osx 10.5.6 udate


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Hi, i have just recently bought a macbook pro 15" 2.5ghz 2GB 667 DDR2 and one of the first things i did was to update mac software. the mac came with
os x 10.5.4 and i updated it to 10.5.6.
since then it is much slower even if no application is running.
even just looking in help files or opening folders is much slower.
any known issues about this version of os x and macbook pro?
any ideas?
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its brand new why should i run any cleanup software?
i wanted to know if there are known issues with version of os x 10.5.6 and macbook pro15" 2.5ghz 2GB ?(original 10.5.4)
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