Hi guys, I've a Mid 2010 MBP 13" basic configuration running Lion OSx The boot time has increased over the time (it doesn't take 10 minutes, it just takes more than it used to) and I'd like to know how to reduce it. I know it takes what it takes, that's normal etc etc. I just want to know if it's possible to make it boot faster. Do you think that adding a 4gb ram might help? What does the RAM actually increases? Another option I think it's to buy an SSD, but they're expensive (where I live at least).... I might be able to buy a 128 gb, not more I think. But with a SSD full the booting time increases like with an HDD? Because I think the main problem of MBP is that I only have 40gb free on a 250gb HDD... I think that's the reason why it takes "long" to boot. Is it a possible reason, right? Thank you.