It could be very frustrating when we start spending time troubleshooting, searching for quick solutions online, uninstalling apps, and nothing works. The slowness of the computer can be caused for insufficient RAM, malware, viruses, corrupted files, unnecessary software, outdated drivers and controllers, low-speed internet connection, junk files, full storage, hardware maintenance, etc.
Whether your computer is running on Windows or macOS, it is very likely that, at some point, you may have experienced this scenario.
Mac users may not be too familiar with it, since macOS is a lot more stable than Windows, it is also less vulnerable to threats, and the chances that macOS gets corrupted or damaged are much less.
Not only that, macOS has a very friendly built-in tool called ‘First Aid’ which can be found under ‘Disk Utility’. First Aid can be very helpful and it actually does work almost every time.
What can I Fix with first aid?
First Aid is a built-in tool for macOS. It scans and repairs minor file system errors in your disk
What are the SFC commands to fix WIndows?
Windows SFC or System File Checker scans all protected files to verify their versions.
However, If Windows is too damaged, it may not work.
System File Checker Scanner
Windows SFC or System File Checker is a built-in command that can be run through the Command prompt or PowerShell.
It is used to scan and repair all protected files to verify their versions and retrieve or replace Windows installation source files.
It needs to be run with administrator privileges.
System File Checker Scanner For Advanced Users
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