Natalie asks: At times my Mac responds very slowly. Sometimes for even simple tasks it takes more than ideal time. Is there anything I can do for it? How do I check the RAM size and system information in my Mac?
Slow system performance is mostly due to the RAM size. By upgrading RAM you can easily increase the system performance which you are looking for. But before upgrading, you should first check the RAM size already installed on your Mac. Today we will tell you that you can check the RAM size in your Mac.
Steps to check RAM size in Mac
- Go to Apple Menu and Click on “About this Mac”.
- Click on More info button to open the System Profiler screen. System profiler will provide you the overall system information.
- When “System Profiler” opens, click on the “Hardware” section. You can find the hardware section in left column.
- Select the tab named “Memory”. This will provide you information about the installed RAM in your Mac.
- From here you can check size type and speed of the RAM.
So this is how you can find ram on your macbook or you can look for system information. Check your system information and RAM size and then you can easily decide whether to go for upgradation of RAM or not.