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How to fix Safari crashing and other common browser problems

Surfing (the net) is great until you fall. When Safari starts crashing, it’s clear that something is broken. Let’s do something about those common Safari crashes.

Clear browser cache to speed up slow Safari

Temporary data or browser cache is designed to make your web experience a faster one but it can, under some circumstances, hamstring your browser speed to a glacial crawl.

Browser cache can become corrupted, and apart from privacy issues (more on that later) it can cause Safari to crash altogether. If you get a Safari crash, it’s important to take note of when and how it crashes. Does Safari crash on launch or does it crash when you visit a specific site?

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If you have a problem with one particular site, this is easy to fix. All you need to do is remove the site history of that site from Safari.

  • Go to the Privacy section of Safari’s preferences
  • Click the Details button that appears under the “Remove All Website Data” button
  • Find the site and remove it from the list

If you are experiencing problems on a variety of sites, then you should try to clear all Safari browser cache.

To manually clear Safari cache files:

  1. Navigate to Preferences in Safari
  2. Click the Advanced tab
  3. Enable Show Develop menu
  4. Click on Develop in menu bar
  5. Select Empty caches

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If you have any concerns about doing this safely, use CleanMyMac 3 System Junk module – a Mac cleaning utility that will reliably clear your Safari in just three clicks:

  1. Open CleanMyMac
  2. Select System Junk tab
  3. Click Scan and click Clean

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Easy peasy lemon squeezy.

CleanMyMac 3 is free to download and try before you buy.

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Disable search suggestions in Safari to improve browsing speed

Search suggestions in Safari can be a great help to speed up the process of finding what we want. But a common crash related to this feature was found to be stopping the search and Safari in its tracks. The Safari search bar crash, as it is known, has been addressed for some in updates.

If you still believe the problem is affecting you, simply disabling Search Suggestions should do the trick:

  • Go to Safari > Preferences
  • Click on the Search tab
  • Under “Search Engine Selection,” uncheck the “Include search engine suggestions” box
  • Close Preferences

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When Safari stops responding – force shutdown and restart

When Safari is operating optimally, you’ll hardly ever have to watch Indiana Jones and the Endlessly Rotating Multicolor Wheel of Doom.

However, when Safari is not responding, sometimes you just need to let it take a moment. It could be that a web page is loading a heavy script or your Mac’s resources are currently focused on another task.

  • Resist the urge to Force Quit Safari
  • Count to 20
  • If there is still no response, see if you can be patient for just one minute longer

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How to fix Safari slowness and freezing on your Mac

Is Safari still not responding? Patience won’t solve everything. Without regular maintenance, your browsing experience can gradually slow down. Poor maintenance and bad habits can even push your Mac’s resources to the point where slowness becomes a regular part of your browsing experience. If that sounds familiar, it’s time to fix Safari.

Extremely slow internet browsing? Stop to keep multiply tabs open

One of the easiest fixes is to close Safari tabs that you don’t need to use. That’s just common sense, right? It is, but we all know at least one person who seems to be on a mission to set a world record for having the most tabs and windows open. The trick is not to be that person.

Each window and tab compete for resources on your system, so closing what you don’t need is the easiest way to improve Safari performance.

But what if you want to read a site or page later, but you don’t want to bookmark the site? No problem – just add it to your reading list. This will store content that you would want to read offline later.

  • In Safari and other apps, click the Share menu and choose Add to Reading List. You can also right-click on a link and choose Add Link to Reading List, or hover over the address bar and click the plus “+” icon.

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To access your reading list:

  • Navigate to Safari’s sidebar, then click the “reading glasses” icon.

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Disable DNS Prefetching

The point of all of this is to make sure that Safari’s performance isn’t bogged down by having too many open tabs. If you are someone who efficiently manages their tabs yet Safari still crashes, lags or freezes, you should disable DNS prefetching.

DNS Prefetching is a feature designed to make surfing the web faster by scanning over embedded web page links and querying your DNS server to resolve each link to its actual IP address. Ironically, a feature that is designed to make your browsing experience faster can actually weigh down performance.

If Safari lands on a web page with hundreds, and sometimes thousands of links to resolve, the process could freeze Safari.

If you suspect this could be the issue, disable DNS prefetching using this method:

  • Open Terminal
  • Enter the command defaults write com.apple.safariWebKitDNSPrefetchingEnabled –boolean false
  • Press enter

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If you revisit the site that had been giving Safari problems and the performance is improved, then the solution worked. However, if there is no noticeable performance boost, it would be a good idea to enable DNS Prefetching and rather troubleshoot other areas.

To re-enable DNS Prefetching:

  • Open Terminal
  • Type defaults write com.apple.safariWebKitDNSPrefetchingEnabled
  • Press enter, quit Terminal and restart Safari

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How to protect your privacy in Safari browser

Data collection on the internet is a scary thing. We’re going to show you how to use Safari privately and securely. From clearing of browser history to the removal of cache and cookies and a whole lot more, follow these easy methods.

Remove cookies and autofill forms

Cookies by themselves are not actively intrusive on your privacy; however, they store data in ways that can be used for user profiling and website tracking among other things. While cookies make the browsing experience faster, and the web experience more dynamic, some users may have privacy concerns.

Similarly, autofill forms can be quite scary. When you’re typing in a field or form on your browser and Safari reveals suggestions that you really wish it didn’t know, it’s time to clear away the autofill data.

To manually remove cookies in Safari browser:

  • Navigate to Safari > Preferences > Privacy > Manage Website Data
  • Now you can remove cookies for specific sites or simply Remove All

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To manually clean up autofill entries in Safari browser:

  • Navigate to Safari > Preferences > Autofill
  • Deselect each option and restart your browser

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To clean away all of your Safari tracks, from cookies to browsing history and even autofill, you can turn to CleanMyMac 3. Once launched, simply click on the Privacy tab and select Safari. Now you can easily choose what browsing data to delete from your system, all from one convenient window.

Keeping your privacy intact is as easy as that.

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Private Browsing in Safari

If you’d like to stay off the grid, Jason Bourne, Safari’s Private Browsing option is what you should be using.

When you use a Private Browsing window:

  • Each tab in the window is isolated, so websites you view in one tab can’t track what you do in other tabs.
  • Safari doesn’t remember the web pages you visit or your AutoFill information.
  • Your recent searches aren’t included in the results list when you use the Smart Search field.
  • Safari doesn’t remember changes to your cookies or other website data.
  • Plug-ins that support Private Browsing stop storing cookies and other tracking information.

To use Private Browsing with Safari simply choose File > New Private Window. To make Safari open private browsing by default go to Safari > Preferences, click General, click the “Safari opens with” pop-up menu, then choose “A new private window.”

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Bored of Bing? Change your Safari’s default search engine

Did you know there are other search engines besides Bing and Google? With Safari you have four choices for your default search engine – Google, Yahoo, Bing, and DuckDuckGo.

If you’re interested in privacy, we recommend using DuckDuckGo, which doesn’t track or store your personal information.

Whether you want greater search privacy or just to try something new, change your default search engine by following these easy steps:

  • Go to Safari > Preferences > Search
  • Select your search engine of choice


Cleanup extensions and plugins

Browser add-ons don’t always add up to good experiences. We’ll show you how to shed them to speed up Safari and eliminate a common cause of Safari issues.

Remove Safari Extensions (Add-Ons) and Plugins

If Safari is still giving you 99 problems (but efficiency ain’t one), misbehaving extensions (also called add-ons) and plugins can cause Safari to be slow, or crash altogether. Safari extensions are developed to enhance your browsing experience, but they can sometimes have the opposite effect. In a worst case scenario, they can even contain nasty malware.

To get a sense of the problem, trying launching Safari in safe mode (launch while holding shift). This will load Safari without any extensions and plugins. Does your experience improve? Then you’ve probably get a troublesome extension.

To remove Safari extensions manually:

  • Choose Safari > Preferences in the top menu
  • Open Extensions tab
  • Remove the extensions you don’t want

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Note – The best practice is to turn them all off and then turn each one on, one at a time, to see if you can identify the culprit.

For a clearer view and more control over your Safari extensions, install and launch CleanMyMac 3 and follow these steps:

  • Click on the Extensions tab
  • Click on the Internet Plugins tab or the Safari Extensions tab
  • Easily toggle items on and off or remove them for good

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Disable or uninstall Flash or other browser plugin

Flash is a browser plugin, but because it is often the cause of problems, we decided that it deserves its own section. Flash is pretty but high maintenance and it chows your browser and system resources. That’s why Flash is almost consigned to the dustbin of tech.

Is Safari not responding? Did Safari crash? Flash is the first suspect that you should remove.

To remove Flash manually:

  • Download the uninstaller from Adobe.
  • Choose your OS
  • Launch the uninstaller from your Downloads folder on your Mac
  • When the uninstaller runs, click Uninstall
  • Enter your admin password and close your browser

To remove Flash in few seconds:

  • Launch CleanMyMac 3
  • Click on Extensions
  • Click on Preference Panes
  • Select “Flash Player” and click Remove

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Other safari problems – try to use custom Safari preferences

Hopefully Safari is now working as it should. But you don’t have to stop there. With some hints and tips you can get even more out of your browser by using Safari preferences to customize the experience.

How to see/hide the entire URL in Safari’s address bar

By default, Safari doesn’t reveal full URLs. If you want to see it all, it’s easy to setup Safari to do just that:

  • Go to Safari > Preferences > Advanced
  • Toggle “Show full website address”

What to do when Safari push notifications aren’t working

When you get a notification of something you wanted to know, it feels great. When you get a notification that you didn’t want to know, it feels annoying. To mute some of the more annoying sites simply turn them off in Safari > Preferences > Notifications.

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Q. How to reset my Apple Safari browser?

A. If your Safari Browser is running slow, or if you are facing functional defect in your Safari browser you will have to reset the Safari browser. For doing so, open the Safari browser and click on the safari from top left. Here there are few things that you will need to do. The first step would be to clear the history, choose “all history” and clear the same. This has cleared all history on the browser. Now go again to the Safari and click on “Preferences”, then “Privacy “and then click on “Remove all website data”. This will remove all the cookies on the apple Safari browser. After removing cookies, switch to password tab and delete these passwords. These are the passwords that are automatically saved on the browser. Next step should be “Extensions”, here choose each extension and uninstall the same. Move on to “Advanced” menu and check this box stating “Show Develop menu in menu bar”. You will see “Developed” on the top, from there go to “Empty Caches”. Next step should be to clear bookmarks for which you will have to click on bookmark shortcut. Once it opens do a right click and remove all the bookmarks.

Q. What to do if my Apple Safari stops loading on Mac?

A. Has your Safari stopped loading on your Mac? Here are simple and easy steps to fix the apple Safari not loading issue. Open up your router page and login to your account. Then to the window that appears find out your wireless setting, from there proceed to Wireless Interface Setup, here comes two columns, SSID- which is for your Wi-Fi name and Pre-Shared Key which is where you type password. Change your username and password, and then click on “Apply”. Here your problem has to be solved. If your problem is still not solved you can get the best Apple safari browser support from the technical specialists at Apple Safari Support help centre. For talking to the technical specialists you need to dial +1-877-916-7666.

Q. How to get the latest version of Apple Safari browser on Mac?

A. Here is how you can get the latest version of Apple Safari browser on your Mac. The first way is to install the latest Safari browser at the App Store. At the App Store you can also click on “Updates” to install all the available updates. The second way to get the latest version would be by installing it using this link https://support.apple.com/downloads/safari. For more information on how to get the latest version of your Apple Safari browser talk to the technical experts at the Apple Safari Support help centre dial +1-877-916-7666, which is the customer helpline number of Apple Safari Support.

Q. How to save the web pages in Safari?

A. Sometimes it so happens that you wish to save something that you are reading to continue reading it in the future. Do you also wish to save web pages? Web pages are saved to make them easier to visit in the future. To start, tap the share icon, there you will see options to save web pages such as:
• Add to reading list- the first time you do it, you can automatically save articles or books for offline reading. In case you want to change it, you can change this feature in the settings.
• Add Bookmark- want to save a site but don’t want it to show up when you open a new tab? You can add that to Bookmark by tapping on “Share” and then add to bookmark.
• Add to Favorites- Do you often visit your favorite sites? You can add your favourite sites to this option on your Safari browser. Tap “Share again” and then add to Favorites and tap “Save”.
• Add to Home screen- if you wish to save any web page you can do so by adding it to your Home Screen. This helps you get the quickest access to a site.
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Q. How do I contact Apple Safari browser Support? Or what is the customer care helpline number of Apple Safari Browser Support?

A. Be it about the Sign in or security problems on your Apple Safari Web browser, or be it related to the personal info and privacy or any sort of technical error on your Apple Safari web browser, the solution to all your problems related to Apple Safari browser is just moments away. Wondering how? You only need to dial the Apple Safari browser Support helpline number +1-877-916-7666. At this helpline number, the Apple safari tech support team is always happy to help you and ensure you with the best Apple Safari technological support possible. So feel free to call the Apple Safari Support helpline number and get to talk to the technical specialists who are available round the clock. Why to just be tensed about when your solutions are just a call away!

Q. How to clear cache in Apple Safari on Mac Operating System?

A. The web browser’s cache stores images, files and graphics associated with the web pages you have visited. Not clearing the cache periodically could lead to your PC or device taking up a large amount of storage space on your PC. Here is what to do to clear the cache. Click on the go menu and then click on applications. To open Safari web browser, double click on the safari icon. If you don’t want to clear your history, then enable the develop menu to clear the cache. To do so click on the Safari menu bar and then click “preferences”. Click on the “Advanced” tab and then select the checkbox next to show develop menu in menu bar. Now from the menu bar, click the develop tab and then click empty caches from the menu that opens. Close Safari web browser and then reopen it again. Wasn’t that a child’s play? For more helpful information, doubts, and problems you can contact Apple Safari Web browser Support customer care centre by having a direct word to word talk with one of the well trained technical representatives at Apple Safari Web browser support. Dial +1-877-916-7666 and get in touch with the technical engineers immediately to get the best Apple Safari Support in the most robust manner.

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