1 Reply Latest reply: Apr 14, 2012 3:15 AM by Ashka
utds Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

The joints of my MacBook Air power will be hot,

Then, it will sound. How should I do?

MacBook Air, Windows 7
  • Ashka Level 4 Level 4 (3,785 points)

    First make sure that air can get around and under your Mac..

    Then check your Activity Monitor App. in Applications > Utilities

    Set to show Active processes. at the top &  select the %CPU column to see what is using the most.

    If an App is taking too much of the CPU % you can select and quit it.


    At the moment the software for my USB T stick is using 100% of the CPU so I'm going to have to go off line and quit it for a while as my Mac's fans are ramping up.