Matlab was working fine but is now extremely slow to run

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I have Matlab 2022b, running on mac OS ventura. Matlab was running just fine. However, in the past few days, it takes awhile to run a script, even if it is a very simple empty script. I'll push "run" and it either won't run, or take 2 seconds to run. I'll sometimes have to push "run" twice or 3 times to get it to finally work. Any idea what is going on? I'll try deleting and re-installing it if I can't get any solutions.
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Steven Hietpas
Steven Hietpas on 17 Jan 2023 at 19:42
I have installed Matlab 2022b, and simulink simply doesn't want to run anymore - at all. I followed the suggestion below to make sure it has updates installed, which is update #3. I opened Matlab, then launched Simulink (this took quite some time ... 10+ seconds). I then opened an slx file that I constructed in April of 2022. It never would open ... simulink just gives me the round circle. I tried closing simulink by clicking on the X in upper right corner. Nothing would close simulink - it is now in an infinite loop. I have never seen things so bad, and I have been working with Matlab since 1989. What is going on? I am a professor and will be demonstrating to my students next week, so time is of the essence.

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Prateek
Prateek on 24 Nov 2022
Hi Spencer,
The following suggestions could be of help -
1. Ensure that you have the Update 2 for MATLAB R2022b.
For this, please click “Help” in MATLAB and then click “Check for Updates”. Alternatively, download update from this link: Download MATLAB, Simulink, Stateflow and Other MathWorks Products.
2. Please execute the following commands on the MATLAB prompt:
>> which all pathdef %copy this directory as a backup
>> restoredefaultpath
>> rehash toolboxcache
If these commands resolve the issue, then please execute:
>> savepath
3. If the above do not work, please refer to this link for other possible resolutions: Why do buttons, apps, or the editor in MATLAB respond slowly or hang on MacOS? - MATLAB Answers - MATLAB Central (mathworks.com)
Hope this helps.
Regards,
Prateek
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Prateek
Prateek on 24 Jan 2023 at 4:11
Hi Spencer and Margaret,
I believe you would have found a solution by now. If that is not the case, I suggest you approach the MathWorks Technical Support for this. Here's the link for it - https://in.mathworks.com/support/contact_us.html?requestedDomain=
Regards,
Prateek

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