Impeccable Ways to Solve Common Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan Problems

Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, the latest update to OS X, seeks to make the OS better with a range of performance enhancements and interesting new features. As Mac users have worked with this new operating system, they’ve noticed numerous problems that seem linked to El Capitan. Here are the most common issues people have struggled with, and the best solutions for getting those issues resolved effortlessly.

How to reset SMC on Mac if you face slow boot or performance issue

Follow these steps for iMac, Mac mini, Mac Pro and Xserve.

  • Shut down your Mac
  • Unplug the power cord
  • Wait for about 15 seconds
  • Plug in the power cable in
  • Wait for about five seconds; press the power button to turn on the Mac.
By applying all these steps if you are not able to reset SMC on your Mac then contacting OS X customer support is the right choice. The expert technicians help you in resolving the issue skillfully.

Fix iCloud account

If you can’t send email while using your iCloud account after upgrading to El Capitan then following these steps may help:

  • Simply, open System Preferences in the settings> iCloud and unclick the checkbox beside Mail to disable it.
  • Once you complete this process is complete, then tap on the box to turn Mail back on, and close System Preferences.
  • After this launch Mail and open Preferences settings in the account. Choose iCloud.
  • Set the ‘Outgoing Mail Server’ section to the right to iCloud.
  • Finally close Preferences and launch Mail.
While using all these steps if you confront any type of issue, then contacting a reliable technical support for Mac OS X providing company is the right choice to go for.

If you cannot download El Capitan

  • First of all, launch the console application using any of the methods;
  • Now, type the first few letters in the Spotlight search, and then choose it in the results.
  • In the Finder, choose Go>> Utilities from the menu bar, or press the key combination Shift+Command+U. The application is in the folder that opens.
  • Open Launch Pad and enter the name.
  • The title of the Console window should be All Messages. If it is not then select the following from the log list on the left;
  • System Log Queries>> All Messages.
  • Now select view>> Show log list from the menu bar at the top of the screen.
For getting more information about Mac common issue fixes you can contact a reliable third party support providing company and get quality support for the same.

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