Currently Being ModeratedJul 26, 2012 3:12 PM (in response to Ryan915)
Did you install Safari 6.0 straight after ML?
I have not noticed any slowness and have been using the developer preview and release version for months.
First I would create a new user account is
Apple Menu>System Prefs>Users and Groups.
Logout and login with the new user and test.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 26, 2012 3:27 PM (in response to radman)
Try the suggestions on this support page:
This helped for me, a lot. Safari is much faster and has stopped crashing (knock on wood - it's only been a couple of hours)
The only problem with that advice is that it doesn't tell you which "add ons" you need to keep.
This is what I left in my "Internet Plug-ins" folder, I'm reasonably sure that these are the ones that come with Mountain Lion:
After you delete any others, start up safari again and see if you notice an improvement. If you do, try re-installing Flash, if you want it (you'll have deleted it by following these instructions) - make sure you get the newest version from http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ - and then test Safari again. Do the same for any other plugins that you may need like Flip4Mac and Silverlight (you need Silverlight if you use Netflix streaming).
Message was edited by: Joseph Delaney
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