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    5 Recommendations to prevent your MacBook from overheating

    Overheating of a MacBook can be a common problem that affects both the performance of the computer and the user experience.. When your MacBook overheats, it can cause slower performance, excessive fan noise, and even cause crashes to protect internal components. Fortunately, there are preventative measures you can take to keep your MacBook from reaching high temperatures and keep it running at its best.

    Here are 5 tips to keep your MacBook cool and prevent it from overheating:

    Google Chrome is known to be a browser that consumes a significant amount of system resources.. Instead, consider using lighter, macOS-optimized browsers such as Safari or Mozilla Firefox. These browsers are often more memory and power efficient, helping to reduce the load on your MacBook and keep it cooler.

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    Each open tab in your browser consumes memory and system resources. The more tabs open, the greater the burden on your MacBook. To avoid excessive use of resources, try to limit the number of open tabs to the ones you really need. If you have multiple tabs open on a regular basis, consider using browser extensions like “The Great Suspender” (available for Chrome and Firefox) that suspend inactive tabs to free up resources and reduce power consumption.

    External heat can negatively affect the cooling ability of your MacBook. Avoid using it in places with high temperatures or exposed directly to the sun. While MacBooks are designed to operate in a wide range of temperatures, it’s a good idea to keep them in cool, well-ventilated environments. Make sure the ventilation holes are not obstructed and that there is enough space around the laptop to allow proper air circulation.

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    The internal fans of the MacBook are essential to keep the system cool by expelling the hot air generated by the internal components. If you begin to notice an abnormal increase in temperature or hear unusual noises, it is recommended check if the fans are working properly. You can use system monitoring apps like “iStat Menus” to monitor fan speeds and component temperatures. If the fans are not working properly, you can take your MacBook to an authorized technical service to have them checked and, if necessary, repair or replace them.

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    Apple software updates often include improvements to efficiency and heat management.. Make sure to keep your MacBook up to date with the latest versions of macOS and any available firmware updates. To check for updates, go to the Apple menu in the upper left corner of the screen, select “System Preferences” and then “Software Update.” Here you can see and install the latest updates for your MacBook.

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    Source: La Opinion

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