Thank you for your suggestions but I wasn't asking for vendors, there are several with 16GB on each slot e. Why I was hoping that someone with connections to Apple would consider taking this to Apple is because they still doesn't offer 32GB option on their new Mac Minis Feb 14, 7: No one here can do any more than you can.
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Yes, I bought a 2018 Mac mini (and here's how I spec'd it out)
Mac OS X Speciality level out of ten: If you want to get Apple to consider making a firmware: Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. The only firmware update that even has the slightest chance of happening with a Mac that is no longer in production is one that fixes some "catastrophic" malfunction. There, too, it made a difference, especially given that I often have a second user account logged in simultaneously. I grok why, from a technical standpoint as it relates to battery life and size, Apple limited its MacBook Pro to 16GB today.
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I have 16GB in my MB Pro which the iMac will replace, and use it similar to you, with the addition of multiple photoshop docs open and wordpress. The Activity monitor told the story. Looking forward to more speed with my new 32GB machine. When necessary, a good restart works faster and more reliably than an afternoon shot of espresso. It takes less time than pulling a shot.
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Of course, the new SSD helps, too. How long did it take to launch some new app when you perceived you were ram starved? How long did it take when you were no longer ram starved? I know this is a difficult thing to get to but maybe you can open 50 safari windows, iTunes and a bunch of other items on the machine with 16GB installed and then launch an quit a couple big programs and then do the same thing with 32GB of ram.
Quitting and relaunching iTunes resolved it. But the issue remained: As I said, with 32GB on this machine and the one upstairs everything is pretty zippy and responsive. With 16GB it was most definitely not this way on either Mac. Well, Dave, I have a question for you: Maybe it is time to do some checking on the indexes of iTunes etcetera because that is a very wrong amount of memory.