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  • NorwalkMacUser Level 1 Level 1

    With a great deal of respect to the Mac experts here, there is a very simple solution to this problem. Download and use Onyx. You can read more here: . It's free.


    I have a Mac Pro and it ran great until I upgraded to Mountain Lion, at which point everything started to resemble the bad old days on my PC. I searched all the forums and finally located Onyx, read the reviews and gave it a try. Night and day, I have my Mac back.

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