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    Twitter crashes 5-6 times a day on iMac G5

    On my iMac G5, Twitter gets crashed whenever it is about to open. Sometime in a single day, it crashes 5-6 times. What should I do as rebooting didnít help with the problem?

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    abhinandan Array
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    Re: Twitter crashes 5-6 times a day on iMac G5

    Hello*********** Dear person***********++++++++++++Try these steps for this issue+++++++*******Now Connect your system with the internet.******* go to its official site and Download twitter app.*******twitter app automatically installed during downloading it ask downloading place so provide location*******now Loin with that app with correct email ID and password.*******now go to account setting*******Now select delete settings tab and open it .*******Now restore All your device and restart your device*******If your problem are not Solve So you can connect your iTunes apps in After you have Connect your data cable.*******now connect for updating.

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    saicharan Array
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    Re: Twitter crashes 5-6 times a day on iMac G5

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say.............................

    This can be the problem of the files in your Twitter app.

    2.They may be corrupted or deleted accidentally so try remove that app.

    3.Then you open any of your browser and then go to the website 'www.cnet.com'.

    4.From there you download the twitter app for Mac.

    5.After downloading you install it in your Mac and it will work fine.

    All the best...............................

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    swathi123 Array
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    Re: Twitter crashes 5-6 times a day on iMac G5

    To solve this problem follow these steps

    • First check the installed the Twitter app version supports the Mac or not
    • Then clear the cache of the app and reset to its default settings
    • If this does not solve the problem then uninstall
    • To uninstall
      • Log in as administrator in your Mac device
      • Then choose the Menu and then click on the Finder icon
      • Now select the option applications
      • Then select the Twitter app from there
      • Now drag it to the trash then remove it from there also by selecting the option Secure empty trash
      • If it is prompted enter the password then enter the password
    • Then download and install the Twitter app which is compatible with your OS.

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    abhijeet2015 Array
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    Re: Twitter crashes 5-6 times a day on iMac G5

    Hi......................,

    There are reasons why apps get crashed in device -------->
    * Because of virus in device.
    * Because of insufficient space in memory.
    * Because of app not updated.

    Suggestions ---------->
    * Re download the app from the twitter page.
    * After you download the app you will install it.
    * Use fast net connection for this.
    * Make sure that device should be free from all virus data/file.
    * Have the antivirus in device always to save the device.
    * Antivirus must be purchased and virus definitions must be updated.
    * Do less use of the Bluetooth and wifi in device as it bring virus.
    * Memory in device should not be over loaded or near to full.
    * Increase the RAM in device to get the better performance.
    * Also maintain the space in the memory of the device.
    * Perform the memory cleaner app to clean the memory of the device.
    * Device software must be in updated format.
    * Use fast net connection for this update.
    * Have the backup of all important file and folder and also of internal settings.


    Thanks

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