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hi i have a 2011 macbook pro (newest model), it seems very fast most of the time but my safari seems like its getting slower all the time, i removed all history and book marks including the book marks bar, any suggestions to speed it up? i do live in the sticks and my router probably isn't the best but that really should not be the issue because my other devices seem to run ok on it. thanks
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Is the application getting slow or are pages loading slower? If it's the latter, try resetting Safari (Safari > Reset Safari...). Do you see the same problem in other browsers?

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Mine has been getting slower lately also - I'm very close to having to change browsers. It's interesting how it loads this site now - I actually have to scroll to get the site to render quicker.
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