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Safari being REALLY slow & crashing


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My safari on my macbook pro is being sooooo slow, and keeps crashing, and on my iPhone it just won't load any sites, does anyone know what may be causing this or is anyone having the same problems ?
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and some sites just won't load,
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ahh ok sorry, been trying to get on her since I posted but the page wouldn't load, youtube won't load either
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Anybody ??
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Honestly if it's happening on multiple devices, it sounds more like it's your internet that's having the problem, not Safari.

What site is giving you trouble?

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youtube & a rabbit forum & google
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If you're using Safari 5, then there are others also experiencing issues but no fix has been found yet.

But I still think it's your network because Google should not be slowing down Safari 5 and if it's also affecting your iPhone, that just doesn't make any sense.

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Is it limited to only Safari? If not, I agree with schweb that this issue is not caused by your Mac. Do you have any other machines on the network that are experiencing similar issues?

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its only the safari on my macbook pro & iPhone, the safari on my OH's pc is fine and his internet explorer is fine

and yes it is the safari 5 I have, so is it just a few creases that are being ironed out then ?

it has speeded up a tiny bit now
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I think its safari 5 weebarrax0. I was having the same problem with facebook and some other sites and I ended up downloading firefox and now, all is good.

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I think its safari 5 weebarrax0. I was having the same problem with facebook and some other sites and I ended up downloading firefox and now, all is good.
yeh I think so too, it seems to have got a bit better now though
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