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      John Gardner

      I have an iMac from late 2013 and a MacBook Pro from early 2014. The MacBook functions fine, even though half the keyboard backlight is out). The iMac, however, has become annoyingly slow. Here’s what I’ve done to try to speed things…..

      * deleted caches thru finder
      * emptied trash
      * removed programs I don’t use
      * run utilities diagnostic
      * deleted history, cached images, cookies
      * added additional RAM

      Still, it takes multiple minutes to boot. I’m retired now and don’t need the portability so much (for me it is using the laptop in another part of the house).

      Opinion, please. Would I be better served by trying additional things on this iMac, or updating to the new 24” w/M3 chip and 10-core GPU? And, if I do that, is there a way to still utilize this 27” monitor and its storage as part of the new computer? I had considered the Mac Mini w/M2 or M2Pro, but can’t see that I can connect current iMac monitor to it.

      Thanks for any feedback, advice.

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