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Extremely slow mac no explanation

t4ggs

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Somehow my mac is using all the processing power but it's impossible to say which process is doing so.

Could it be a virus or something like that?? I really don't understand.

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Open Activity Monitor and select All Processes and then sort by CPU to show you the process(es) slowing down your Mac or speeding up your fan(s) or causing more heat.

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t4ggs

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Jul 9, 2010
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Open Activity Monitor and select All Processes and then sort by CPU to show you the process(es) slowing down your Mac or speeding up your fan(s) or causing more heat.
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Look at the pictures, that's exactly what I did.
 
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