Turbo Boost is a performance enhancement technology found on high-end intel processors including macOS. By default macOS will enable and disable Turbo Boost automatically. However by taking control of Turbo Boost you can increase your Macs battery life by up to 25 percent. Here we show you how to disable and enable Turbo Boost manually on your Mac. Related 3 Ways to Fix the Service Battery Warning on Mac Finding Out If Your Mac Has the Turbo Boost Feature Before you move forward you should verify that your Mac actually supports the Turbo Boost feature 8230 Read more.
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