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Hi Everyone

This is my first post so hello to everyone.

I have a Macbook which I think is great, the problem that I am having is that when I try to load web pages it is loading slower than normal and displaying a colourful spinning disc, which does not let you do anything until it loads which is really frustrating as my Mac is usually very quick, Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
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Welcome to the Mac Forums.

What else is your MacBook doing at the same time? In other words, what other programs or processes are running? Open up your Activity Monitor (Applications, Utilities, Activity Monitor.app) and take a look at whats going on.

Also, it would help us a great deal in trying to help you if you include the year, model MacBook you own and what version of OS X it's running.
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Hi
My Macbook OS x is 2009 version 10.6.6 with 2.26 Ghz intel core 2 duo processor, 4GB 1067 MHz DDR3 memory.
Am only loading web pages, and pages documents

Any help would be great

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We need you to open your Activity Monitor and tell us what other processes are using your CPU. Look for any unusual activity and let us know what it or they are.

Thanks for posting back the specs for your machine.
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