How and Why to Reset NVRAM (PRAM)

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What is PRAM anyway?

P-RAM or PRAM (whichever you prefer) stands for Parameter Random Access Memory. It serves to store the default values for the core data of your Mac. Sounds important, right? What’s more important however, is how a PRAM reset might just improve the performance of your machine. To learn how to do this and why it might be necessary for you, simply follow the instructions on this post.

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