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Has anyone else noticed a significant change in Safari speed since erase/installing Leopard?

I'm not sure if I'm just imagining it but it seems much much faster?
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Yes I thought it was my imagination...but it does seem quicker.
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Doesn't seem much different to me.

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It does seem faster to me and, more importantly, it finally resizes photos to fit the screen. Yay!

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^oh yeah!! That has always annoyed me..

Adding to say that Safari is fast for me now as it is... so I probably won't see much of a difference with Leopard
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Safari seems tons faster on Leopard.

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Safari seems tons faster on Leopard.
I used firefox on Tiger because i didn't like the laziness of Safari... but now on leopard, it zips right on through! good job apple!
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It does seem faster to me and, more importantly, it finally resizes photos to fit the screen. Yay!
Agreed - best new feature in Leopard
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Safari is quicker for me as well. I also noticed that it does a better rendering job when I log to my corporate Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access. It also seems to render the "sell an item" pages on eBay more accurately. Stuff that use to be displayed as bare HTML coding now looks graphically like it is suppose to.

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Mine is slower and crashes every few minutes...been on with apple for hours today...

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