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Rachel Gray

MacDirectory magazine is the premiere creative lifestyle magazine for Apple enthusiasts featuring interviews, in-depth tech reviews, Apple news, insights, latest Apple patents, apps, market analysis, entertainment and more.

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How to Fix Your Mac and Make It Run Like a Dream with Built-in Disk Utility By Sergio Velasquez Macs are arguably the best computers in the world. They’re the perfect combination of power and style, and no matter what you need to use them for, they’ll work like a charm. At least most of the time. No matter which device it is, there will eventually be troubles that appear out of nowhere. Software issues can be fixed most of the time by restarting your computer or updating your apps or operating system, but that doesn’t work every time. Fortunately, your Mac has programs (to try) to fix itself. We’ve already seen how you can use the Diagnostic Tool if your Mac is having problems, but you can also use Disk Utility for other software-related issues. What Is Disk Utility? Disk Utility, much like Apple Diagnostics, is a built-in Mac program that lets you detect and try to repair problems related to your Mac’s disks.

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