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Yes, a 2.5" SSD will work here (any manufactures). But before you make the jump how about doing some house cleaning of your HD to regain its speed. Over time old cache & log files build up give this app a try: [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/disk-doctor/id455970963?mt=12|Disk Doctor] from the Apps Store.
Yes, a 2.5" SSD will work here (any manufactures). But before you make the jump how about doing some house cleaning of your HD to regain its speed. Over time old cache & log files build up give this app a try: [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/disk-doctor/id455970963?mt=12|Disk Doctor] from the Apps Store.
 
Make a good backup of all of your stuff then see ifBut before you can free up 1/4 - 1/3make the jump how about doing some house cleaning of your drive. The last two steps require a bootable external derive (a USB thumb drive will work). Bootup under the thumb drive and run Disk Utility repair the permissionsHD to regain its speed. Over time old cache & Disk. Then you'll need to defraglog files build slowing down the drive, I likesystem, give this app: [https://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius Pro] there are others. After doing all of this your drive will have all ofapp a try: [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/disk-doctor/id455970963?mt=12|Disk Doctor] from the zip it once had!Apps Store.
Make a good backup of all of your stuff then see ifBut before you can free up 1/4 - 1/3make the jump how about doing some house cleaning of your drive. The last two steps require a bootable external derive (a USB thumb drive will work). Bootup under the thumb drive and run Disk Utility repair the permissionsHD to regain its speed. Over time old cache & Disk. Then you'll need to defraglog files build slowing down the drive, I likesystem, give this app: [https://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius Pro] there are others. After doing all of this your drive will have all ofapp a try: [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/disk-doctor/id455970963?mt=12|Disk Doctor] from the zip it once had!Apps Store.
 
You still will want do to this evenMake a good backup of all of your stuff then see if you do decide to go withcan free up 1/4 - 1/3 of your drive. The last two steps require a SSD asbootable external drive (a USB thumb drive will work). Bootup under the thumb drive and run Disk Utility repair the Permissions & Disk. Then you'll wantneed to transferdefrag the drive, I like this app: [https://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius Pro] there are others. After doing all of this your apps and data to your SSD so having it cleandrive will improve things.have all of the zip it once had!
You still will want do to this evenMake a good backup of all of your stuff then see if you do decide to go withcan free up 1/4 - 1/3 of your drive. The last two steps require a SSD asbootable external drive (a USB thumb drive will work). Bootup under the thumb drive and run Disk Utility repair the Permissions & Disk. Then you'll wantneed to transferdefrag the drive, I like this app: [https://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius Pro] there are others. After doing all of this your apps and data to your SSD so having it cleandrive will improve things.have all of the zip it once had!
 
YouYou'll still want do to this even if you do decide to go with a SSD as you'll want to transfer your apps and data to your SSD so having it clean & healthy will improve things.

You may
also may want to think about swapping out your optical drive for the SSD. Here's the IFIXIT guide to do that and the needed holder: [guide|8958|Installing Mac Mini Mid 2010 Dual Hard Drive]. That way you hang onto the deep storage of your HD and gain the speed of the SSD as well.
YouYou'll still want do to this even if you do decide to go with a SSD as you'll want to transfer your apps and data to your SSD so having it clean & healthy will improve things.

You may
also may want to think about swapping out your optical drive for the SSD. Here's the IFIXIT guide to do that and the needed holder: [guide|8958|Installing Mac Mini Mid 2010 Dual Hard Drive]. That way you hang onto the deep storage of your HD and gain the speed of the SSD as well.

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Yes, a 2.5" SSD will work here (any manufactures). But before you make the jump how about doing some house cleaning of your HD to regain its speed. Over time old cache & log files build up give this app a try: [https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/disk-doctor/id455970963?mt=12|Disk Doctor] from the Apps Store.

Make a good backup of all of your stuff then see if you can free up 1/4 - 1/3 of your drive. The last two steps require a bootable external derive (a USB thumb drive will work). Bootup under the thumb drive and run Disk Utility repair the permissions & Disk. Then you'll need to defrag the drive, I like this app: [https://www.prosofteng.com/products/drive_genius.php|Drive Genius Pro] there are others. After doing all of this your drive will have all of the zip it once had!

You still will want do to this even if you do decide to go with a SSD as you'll want to transfer your apps and data to your SSD so having it clean will improve things.

You also may want to think about swapping out your optical drive for the SSD. Here's the IFIXIT guide to do that and the needed holder: [guide|8958|Installing Mac Mini Mid 2010 Dual Hard Drive]. That way you hang onto the deep storage of your HD and gain the speed of the SSD as well.

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