Apple Safari has emerged as one of the most advanced web browsers designed to be used on iOS and OS X platforms. Apart from being more secure and fast, it has plenty of features like, Private mode to immensely enhance user-experience. No wonder Apple device owners really enjoy using it; even though there are some equally competent web browsers are available.
There are times when Safari begins to run rather slowly on Mac. Even when there is a good network on the device, Apple’s web browser becomes very lethargic. And, in case you are not much aware of how it fix this annoying issue, you are bound to feel disappointed with it.
Having already posted an article as to how you can accelerate Safari on your iPhone and iPad, we are going to walk you through the handy tips through which you can speed-up Safari on your Mac as well. Let’s dive ahead!
Safari Running Slow on Mac: How to Speed it Up
By default, Safari keeps the record of what you search on the web to let you access those searched websites quickly. However, over the time, they pile up and become problematic. As a result, the web browser gets affected and doesn’t run as smoothly as you expect. Hence, it’s advisable to clean up the cache from time to time.
Empty Safari Cache on Mac
Step #1. Launch Safari on your Mac.
Step #2. Next up, you need to click on Safari in the menu bar.
Step #3. Click on Preferences.
Step #4. A new window will appear on the screen. Click on Advanced from the top right-hand corner.
Step #5. Up next, you have to click on the “Show Develop menu in the menu bar” at the bottom.
Step #6. From the top navigation menu, you will have to click on Develop.
Step #7. Finally, click on Empty caches in the drop down menu.
Clear History and Website Data in Safari on Mac
Step #1. Head over to Safari on your Mac.
Step #2. Click on Safari from the top left corner.
Step #3. Click on Clear History and Website Data.
Step #4. Now, you have four options:
- The last hour
- Today and yesterday
- All history
You need to select is All history and then click on Clear History.
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