Trying to get work done on a slow MacBook Pro is the worst. I shared how two upgrades – more memory and a solid-state drive – increased the speed of my Mac:
You may believe the process is complicated. And that's not the case. In fact, armed with the right resources, you can do these upgrades in a day.
The Upgrade My MacBook Pro Guide
The guide will help you:
- decide whether to upgrade your memory or hard drive. Should you upgrade only one or both? I'll share the speed tests that confirmed my decision/recommendation.
- take the guesswork out of buying the right memory for your Mac. Including where to buy it. Don't be like me and buy the wrong memory three times!
- pick a solid-state drive, and easily copy the files on your current hard drive to your new one.
- install the memory and solid-state drive in your MacBook in less than 15 minutes.
1-on-1 Support is Available
If you don't feel comfortable doing the upgrades alone, I can walk you through the process. Click to purchase 1-on-1 support with me.