MacBook Pro 16” 2019

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  1. vsherry

    vsherry Notebook Evangelist

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    No, it's not the capacity. My drive is 2TB.
     
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  2. vsherry

    vsherry Notebook Evangelist

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    Currently, it takes 14 seconds for the Apple logo to appear. That's down from when I was doing the dual boot but still not as fast as before I did the dual boot. I'm probably just going to have to live with it since I don't feel like erasing the computer in an attempt to restore the original boot time.
     
  3. Vasudev

    Vasudev Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    14 secs is very good boot time.
    Something like Mac OS recovery with filesystem check/repair is worth a shot!
     
  4. vsherry

    vsherry Notebook Evangelist

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    Oddly enough, installing Big Sur on a separate volume again fixed the boot time. Now it's instant. It was precisely this that delayed the boot time previously.
     
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    At least you got it back to good.
     
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    Unfortunately I couldn't update my MacBook Pro mid 2012 to Big Sur, is there any relevant difference with Catalina?
     
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    kojack Notebook Virtuoso

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    Not in functionality or usage other than using iOS apps on your Mac. This is why I would never buy a macbook. Apple decides when you need to buy a new computer, Not you. I have a 2007 acer 7720 running windows 10 20H2 perfectly fine. Apple is planned obsolescence.
     
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