Slow Apple iMac 20 Inch Non-Retina A1225 Early 2009 Computer Repair Upgrade & Fix Frisco Texas

The iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 came with a viewable TFT glossy LCD display with 1680 by 1050 pixels. This came with a dedicated graphics of NVIDIA GeForce 9400M graphics processor with 256MB of DDR3 SDRAM. The input output port came with one firewire port, six USB 2.0 port four on the iMac and two on wired keyboard. It has the 2.66GHz, 2.93GHz or 3.06GHz Intel Core 2 duo processor, 6MB L2 Cache, 2GB or 4GB memory. It had the mac operating system Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard as the user interface. Some of the reasons that this iMac gets slower are listed below:

Low memory on your iMac

The RAM on your iMac makes the current processing applications run. If you run too much applications at once your memory on your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 might be slow. The experts at ifixly Frisco can help you configure and replace your RAM and make your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 run faster.

Virus on your iMac

Viruses on Macs are less likely to affect your iMac’s performance, but if you have some strong viruses on your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009, it could affect the performance in your iMac. If you think that you have strong malware on your iMac, the repair experts at ifixly are here to help. Just visit our location at Frisco to get your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 running as it used to.

Hard drive failure on your iMac

The hard drive on your iMac operates all the systems and applications stored on your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009. Normally your hard drive runs good for 4-5 years after that your hard drive starts to fail. If you have a failing hard drive on your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 come visit our location at Frisco and talk with our Mac Certified Professionals to replace it with a new SSD (Solid State Drive) to make it run faster.

Overheating iMac

Is your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 overheating when you use it for a short period of time. It can put a huge load on your CPU and the processing speed of your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009. If you have an overheating issue on your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 come talk to our experts at ifixly Frisco who can solve your overheating issue to make your iMac run faster as it used to.

High use of storage on your iMac

If you use more than 80% of storage on your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 it becomes slow. The overuse of hard drive makes the processing of your data slow so it doesn’t get to process everything at once. It makes the drive to run more data than it can handle so it makes your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 slower. If you have problems with the storage you are having then come visit our professionals at ifixly Frisco where our experts help you configure the programs on your  iMac and fix your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 to make it in optimal running condition.

Outdated Mac OS on your iMac

You might have seen the software update reminder on your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 every-time that you use it. If you don’t update your iMac to the supportive OS that it can go to, it blocks all the application updates that slows down the performance of your applications as well as your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009. If you are facing the update issue on your Mac OS come visit our experts at our location in Frisco where your Mac OS related as well as any other issues related to your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 can be solved.

Lots of cached files on your iMac

When you download anything on your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 it gets saved on a location where your cache helps to store the files. If you have cached up too many files and haven’t cleared up your cached files then your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 might be slow. You need to clear up your cache to get faster performance on your iMac. If you are having problems to clear up the cache on your iMac you can talk to one of our experts at ifixly who can help you get your iMac running.

Cluttered desktop files and applications

Cluttering your desktop means keeping shortcuts, files, pictures, applications and other files on your iMac’s desktop. If you have cluttered everything on your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 then it will lower the performance of your CPU which will make processing other applications slower. Our experts can help you declutter your desktop and make it more organized and optimize the performance of your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 to make it run as before.

Too many plugins and add ons on your browser

No matter what kind kind of browser you are using while surfing the add ons and plugins that you allow your browser can make your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 run slower. If you have to many plugins and add ons it gets stored to many extensions on your browser which fills up the extension space on your browser and the more add ons and plugins the more time to process while surfing. We can solve the issues related to the plugins and add ons, just visit us at ifixly Frisco and an expert will gladly help you remove all the plugins and add ons on your iMac 20 inch non-retina A1225 early 2009 so it can run as good as before.