Mac – There are a couple of steps you can take to attempt to work on its presentation:
Restart your Macintosh: Once in a while, a basic restart can assist with working on the exhibition of your Macintosh.
Check for refreshes: Ensure you have introduced every one of the most recent updates for Monterey, as these updates might incorporate fixes for execution issues.
Check your extra room: An absence of free space on your hard drive can make your Macintosh delayed down. Attempt to let loose some space by erasing pointless records, or consider moving up to a bigger hard drive or strong state drive.
Check for asset escalated applications: Open the Action Screen application to check whether any applications are utilizing a great deal of assets (computer processor, memory, energy). Think about shutting or uninstalling any applications that are utilizing a ton of assets.
Reset NVRAM/PRAM: Resetting the NVRAM (non-unstable arbitrary access memory) or PRAM (Boundary Slam) can assist with fixing execution issues. To reset NVRAM/PRAM, restart your Macintosh and hold down the Order, Choice, P, and R keys until you hear the startup sound two times.
Reinstall Monterey: As a last resort, you can take a stab at reinstalling Monterey to check whether that helps fix any exhibition issues.