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Safari: Very Unstable


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I Have upgraded to leopard, and when using safari it unexpectedly restarts whenever I go to Gmail or Hotmail, sometime even on Facebook.

Anyone else having problems with it?
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Had problems with Safari after a simple upgrade on my MBP.
Problems disappeared after a clean install.

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In the Windows world, most everything folks don't understand is called a virus.
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Had problems with it crashing on Tiger, but so far on Leopard not one crash yet :-)
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i would also advise a clean install, as if you were using the beta, some files might be left over which could be messing it up.
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Wow.... simple upgrade here... no probs with Safari at all...

Almost afraid to do a clean install (which I want to do) but afraid I'll have the reverse affect!

I guess if it ain't broke... don't fix it? LOL!
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