Currently Being ModeratedNov 1, 2012 4:19 AM (in response to Nicholas Robinson1)
It's not only you. With the last version I keep getting pages that only load by half or not at all. Sometimes I get so annoyed I go to Firefox, but I don't like it either.
I'm not sure about the "worst", though: I think that Address Book / Contacts has always been a great contender (and just got worst with th iCloud integration).
No suggestion, sorry. On the Contacts front I've writen to Apple, but to no avail.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 7, 2012 7:29 PM (in response to pedrocm)
Safari just keeps getting worse and worse . . . won't do anything on YouTube . . . click and click and click to enlarge the window to full screen, no response . . . lags 20 seconds behind every command you send it, including Force Quit . . . honestly, Safari is the worst piece of software I've ever had the misfortune to use, bar none.
Apple should be strung up and shot for this misbegotten stepchild of Windows' b-------d son . . . to even dare call it a "browser" is a vast, galaxy-wide misnomer . . . I can't believe no one is raising a bigger stink about it. The only reason I keep using it is that all my bookmarks are in there and I dislike Chrome and Firefox's interfaces . . . Safari's interface looks great but does NOTHING well.
I swear, I'm getting more and more disenchanted with Apple after staying with them for almost 30 years now. If there were ANY alternative except Windows I'd be there in a flash. How they can keep this shoddy piece of %$^& out there . . . oh, wait, I forgot iMovie and iDVD, didn't I? Silly me. How does one take a perfectly good program like iMovie circa 2005 and turn it into a useless chunk of steaming dung in only 7 years? A company is supposed to IMPROVE its software, not change it into unrecognisable gibberish just because they need to keep 1,200 software developers from twiddling their thumbs.
Steve, ya really made a mistake on me, bro', by dying. I'm just going to have to drift away from Apple. Trouble is, I can't find a Dark Side . . . could someone please invent one?