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Discussion in 'MacBook Air' started by T4R06, Nov 10, 2010.
anyone having the same issue?
I haven't installed yet, but is this after multiple reboots? Normally after an OS update it takes a couple of restarts to get back to normal speed.
hmm 10.6.5 is out already? gonna try it when I get home, hehe, I have ssd on my i7 late 2009 imac, and gotta update my mid 2010 mac mini as well.
i did like 4 reboot...
Just checked mine, it's stayed the same. Exactly 15 seconds from cold boot to a useable desktop
i don't reboot and if i did, its not a big deal. I usually just keep my laptop on standby 99% of the time.
I am waiting until I hear some bugs on 10.6.5
I will wait until at least this weekend. I hear some security concerns on 10.6.5 right now with adobe. I am waiting.
+1, especially the new Air's
so i'm not used to putting laptops to sleep mode. i take it u guys don't run into memory leaks or just programs bugging out from never shutting it down?
I hear you guys, booting is just a non-event with my computers these days, especially the Air!
Updates are the only things that make me reboot.
Nope, we never shut down any of our Mac's. Never had a problem. Sometimes they have stayed on for months without a shutdown.
i noticed that the vpn app i use... if i open up the book again... the software doesn't connect back automatically. i have to quit the app and restart it and it's not exactly the most responsive/reassuring experience.
I max my MBP with loads of crap, so I have to reboot like 2-3 times a week
But otherwise I looove resuming from sleep, I've disabled safe sleep - lightning fast
Memory leaks are not common nowadays. You should be fine leaving it in sleep.
After an update, all caches get cleared. It will take time to return to normal speed.
Nope, about 12-13 seconds here, same as before. 13" MBA 2.13
Then what do you make of this
How about posting the entire Activity Monitor window? That's not proving too much...
If an app is using 1 GB+ of memory, then it's called a memory leak. Just because there is a high amount of page outs doesn't mean too much (just heavy usage).
Applications > Utilitties> Disk Utility > Select your drive > Repair permissions
it went back to normal after i almost open all my apps. actually now feels much faster
there you go. now the world is safe again. enjoy.
mine's def slower post upgrade.
i get that spinning slashes deal where i didn't before. what gives?
Well, I've never heard of a rule, that calls app that go over 1GB - memory leak.
Yet you can take my word that both Firefox (3.6) & Shiira did go at least over 1.5GB on me, not even once ...
Before the update I was booting up in 10 seconds. It's now 15 seconds minimum.
again, what gives?