We’ve all dealt with it: the colorful spinning wheel of doom. An app on your computer is , and it’s time to take action so you can get back to work.
When the wheel of doom — more formally known as Mac’s wait cursor — pops up, it signals that , likely taking with it any work you haven’t saved. It’s time to force quit the unresponsive app causing the problem so you can get back to what you’re doing.
In most cases, you’ll know which app isn’t working properly because it will be frozen and you won’t be able to use it. But you can also figure it out by switching between your apps. When an app is working fine, you’ll see your normal arrow cursor. When a frozen app isn’t responding, you’ll see the colorful wait cursor. Read more…
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