Is your Mac slowing down? Do you wait for a long time to get the application run in your Mac? If so, then you must need to upgrade your Mac or increase memory on Mac. But before you will get to know how to increase memory on Mac Let’s takes a look at What is RAM?
What is RAM?
What is RAM?
RAM stands for Random Access Memory that is a temporary memory used by the CPU. It is the memory that holds information about your system. If your Mac slows down then it definitely having high memory usage. Sometimes in your Mac, the application which is running in your system demands high storage that tends to slow down. The high RAM will help you to give a better experience with Mac. If you are facing any slow down then upgrading your RAM on a mac is the solid option.
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How to Upgrade RAM on iMac?
If you have iMac and it gets slow down because of your RAM. If you want to upgrade RAM on your iMac then follow these simple steps-
- The first step is to shut down your iMac and keep its face downwards so that it will get protected from scratches
- There you will find a button, press that button gently with the use of a pen or something which will help you to press
- After pressing the button you will find that the RAM Module came out.
- By using your finger pull out the Ram entirely
- Now put the new RAM in that empty slot.
- Cover back your RAM panel
- On your iMac & confirmed that the New RAM has been installed.
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How to Upgrade RAM on MacBook?
Here are some of the steps that will help you to increase memory on the MacBook. So let’s check out-
- The first step is to Shut down your MacBook and unplug everything before an upgrade.
- Keep your MacBook face down so that the screen will not get any scratch
- Unscrew the MacBook with a tiny Philips screwdriver
- Before touching the RAM touch metal to make yourself grounded
- Pull each side of the RAM and it will get pop-up
- Take the RAM at your side
- Put a new RAM at the blank slot and push it down until it gets placed
- Screw the backplate of your Mac
- Turn your MacBook on & Confirm New RAM has been Installed