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Surprisingly Mac OS uses real memory for most of its network processes unlike Windows which needs a Paging file.
 
This can be a problem when you don't have a lot of RAM as well as a small drive with little free space.
 
So what to do here?
 
I would boost the RAM up to the max this system can support 6 GB. I would also look at clearing off as much as I can from the drive you have here. As its a SSD you do need to leave at least 1/3 of it free so the drive can wear evenly. If it doesn't have this space it can prematurely fail. To help you see the SSD's condition I would recommend using this: [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/drivedx/id526290112?mt=12|DriveDx] If you go to their web page its cheaper!
 
For cleaning things you should also clearcutclear out the old cache & log files as they can choke the system. Here's another app which can do that for you: [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/disk-doctor-clean-your-drive/id455970963?mt=12|Disk Doctor]. There are others and if you are skilled you can also do many manually vs using the app.
For cleaning things you should also clearcutclear out the old cache & log files as they can choke the system. Here's another app which can do that for you: [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/disk-doctor-clean-your-drive/id455970963?mt=12|Disk Doctor]. There are others and if you are skilled you can also do many manually vs using the app.
 
Once the system is cleaned up you should see performance improvement. If couldn't clear off 1/3 of the drive then you'll need to look at getting a bigger drive or look at getting an external drive. Given this systems age you should think about getting a FireWire drive, while you still can use USB drives they are only able to use slower USB rev 1 performance which is quite slow.

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Surprisingly Mac OS uses real memory for most of its network processes unlike Windows which needs a Paging file.

This can be a problem when you don't have a lot of RAM as well as a small drive with little free space.

So what to do here?

I would boost the RAM up to the max this system can support 6 GB. I would also look at clearing off as much as I can from the drive you have here. As its a SSD you do need to leave at least 1/3 of it free so the drive can wear evenly. If it doesn't have this space it can prematurely fail. To help you see the SSD's condition I would recommend using this: [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/drivedx/id526290112?mt=12|DriveDx] If you go to their web page its cheaper!

For cleaning things you should also clearcut the old cache & log files as they can choke the system. Here's another app which can do that for you: [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/disk-doctor-clean-your-drive/id455970963?mt=12|Disk Doctor]. There are others and if you are skilled you can also do many manually vs using the app.

Once the system is cleaned up you should see performance improvement. If couldn't clear off 1/3 of the drive then you'll need to look at getting a bigger drive or look at getting an external drive. Given this systems age you should think about getting a FireWire drive, while you still can use USB drives they are only able to use slower USB rev 1 performance which is quite slow.

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