Currently Being ModeratedAug 7, 2012 2:46 PM (in response to Nathan Jones2)
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You can empty the cache by clicking Clear History from Safari > Reset Safari
Unfortunately, that also deletes your recent History.
Empty Caches has always been available from the Devleop menu used by web developers.
There are three ways to force quit an app. Command + Option + Esc, or from the Apple menu, or by launching Activity Monitor located in HD > Applications > Utilties.
Try deleting the Cache.db file.
Open the Finder. From the Finder menu bar click Go > Go to Folder
Type this exactly as you see it here: ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.Safari/Cache.db
Click Go then move the Cache.db file to the Trash.
Quit then relaunch Safafari to test.
If you didn't have the same problems with the prior version of Safari, try troubleshooting extensions and plugins.
Go to Safari > Preferences then selct the Extensions tab. If you have any installed, turn that OFF, quit then relaunch Safari to test.
If that didn't make a difference, select the Security tab from the Preferences pane then deselect: Enable-plug ins.
Quit then relaunch Safari to test. If that helped, then follow the instructions for troubleshooting third party add ons here.
edited by: cs
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