Web browsers generally work fine on the Mac, but every once in a while Safari in OS X will misbehave in some way or another.The most common of these issues encountered are typically things like random pages inexplicably being inaccessible or displaying oddly, stale cache being delivered (in normal person terms, that means an old version of a web page loads rather than the newest version), persistent notification warnings and dialog boxes, slow scrolling, or even just generally sluggish performance that doesn’t seem to have a particularly obvious cause.This includes clearing all browser history, resetting the Top Sites list, resetting all location warnings and preferences, resetting all website notifications and warnings (like domain redirects and SSL certificate dialogs), remove all website data including files and locally stored caches, clear the downloads window, and close out all existing Safari windows.It only takes a moment to reset Safari and the result is usually a fully functioning web browser again, back to speed with everything working as expected.Using Internet Explorer Firefox Chrome Safari Community Q&A While Internet pop-ups can be annoying, some websites and web-based applications require them to be active.
This means no stored caches, no stored history of browsing, none of the Top Sites (you can disable the Top Site thumbnails completely if interested), no cluttered Downloads list, and a fresh start to approving the variety of location services and notifications that appear throughout the general web usage experience.
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