You too, Lee! Thanks. —Melissa
Ha! Lee, if you figure that one out, let me know. —Melissa
Yep, that works, Paul! Excellent idea. —Melissa
Ah. Then I'd probably try the Safe Boot and see if it's faster afterward without you having to do anything else. If not, you could try to isolate the issue to see if it's a problematic login item (for example), or you could take it to the Apple Store for diagnosis since you have good support available on it. But the Safe Boot is an easy place to start! —Melissa
ctopher: Best. Picture. EVER!! Lee, if I were you, I'd probably back up first, then verify the drive using Disk Utility (and use Recovery Mode to repair if a problem is found). If that doesn't work, I'd probably try a Safe Boot next. But let me know what happens, and feel free to contact me personally if you'd like! —Melissa
You're welcome, Lee! Thanks for reading. And vpndev, that's a great thought!
Thanks, Larry! I'm happy to help, and I appreciate you reading. —Melissa
Thank you, TJ. I really appreciate you coming over and commenting!
Hey Lee, It totally would, which is an awesome idea, especially for iOS (as I'd bet you could turn it off in Settings, close the tab, and then turn it back on). Another astute reader just suggested the same thing to me on Twitter. Thanks for asking! I sure wish I'd thought of that. —Melissa
Hey wab95! I'm with you—I typically save things as *documents* rather than *notes,* as the latter always seemed somewhat ephemeral, if you know what I mean. But I really have enjoyed playing around with the new version of Notes, and I think I'll use it way more often now! —Melissa