Getting problems in High Sierra? Does your mac gets stuck or freezes every couple of hours? You are not alone. Many MacBook Pro and iMac after updating their MacOS, They are getting freezing problems.
They can barely make it 10 minutes without the whole thing just freezing up on me (and for upwards of 2-3 minutes sometimes)… Usually once every couple of hours as well the whole thing just shuts down on them, and trying to reboot they get one of the following:
- A blank white screen.
- A white screen with a grey circle and cross through it.
- A white screen with a grey folder and across through the folder.
Here is the list of solution To Fix “Why does High Sierra freezes all the time?”
#1. Check for an unauthorized software running on your Mac
Before trying to do anything, check for an unauthorized software on running on your Mac high sierra. Softwares like “Clean up for Mac”, “BitTorrent” and other many software which makes your Mac slow and unresponsive.
These softwares just make your Mac slow and freezes your Mac.
#2. Restart your device
Restarting your device may solve the problem with macOS 10.13. You can just click on apple logo on the extreme top left and press shut down.
Turn your Mac or MacBook with the power button on the keyboard. And then try again to install the update on your system.
#3. Force Restart your Mac
Force restarting your Mac will fix the problem with updating macOS to high Sierra.
Just press down the power button on the right top corner of the keyboard on your Mac or iMac. Just start your Mac again to fix the problem.
#4. Reboot your Mac into safe mode
Rebooting your Mac to safe mode will surely fix the problem “Why does High Sierra freeze all the time?”.
To enter safe mode visit here for other Mac product line.
- To do so Re-booted your Macbook pro into safe mode, hold down the shift key on startup.
- Then Re-start upgrade from applications folder and it will install.
- It may take a long time to install with a couple of reboots but get there in the end.