Generally, the Mac runs smoothly or freezes. However, you may need to reinstall macOS Big Sur, for example, if you want to roll a clean system from scratch .
Newer M1 Macs have the same set of emergency start and system recovery tools. But you need to activate the recovery mode in a new way, not like in macs with an Intel processor.
How to enter recovery mode on a Mac with an Intel processor
Turn on your Mac and immediately press and hold Command (⌘) -R until you see the Apple logo or other image.
Then there are several options for the development of events: you can format the hard disk, reinstall the OS, and so on.
How to enter recovery mode on a Mac with an Apple M1 processor
But with new Macs, things are a little different, but much easier. You don’t need to hold down two buttons on the keyboard , but here’s what you need:Press the power button to turn on your Mac and keep holding it down until the Startup Options window appears with a gear icon and it says Options. Select “Options” and then click “Continue”.
Over time, no one will remember the combination Command () -R. So, if you already have a new MacBook with an M1 processor – now you know how to start recovery mode on it.