You might still be nervous, as many of my friends are, about upgrading to Apple’s latest release of OS X, version 10.10, otherwise known as “Yosemite.” Being the foolhardy user I apparently am, I went for the upgrade very soon after its release and yep, things are indeed different. That said, the improvements (so far) outweigh the problems, making this release, on the whole, an improvement and worth adopting. But there are things you can do to make Yosemite -- particularly on MacBooks, which seem to suffer after upgrade more than other Mac hardware -- run better and faster, and that’s what I’ve got for you here, as well as a what to do if all else fails.
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