Currently Being ModeratedFeb 10, 2013 8:42 AM (in response to eaststar)
Do not attempt to install a version of Safari not designed for your version of OS X.
If Safari is getting very slow:
(Presumably you regularly empty your Safari cache by deleting the following file:
and clear your History)
Adding Open DNS codes to your Network Preferences, should give good results in terms of speed-up as well as added security, (including anti-phishing and redirects) (Full information about Open DNS is here: http://www.opendns.com/home/nobloat ) and further independent information can be read here:
Open System Preferences/Network. Double click on your connection type, or select it in the drop-down menu, and in the box marked 'DNS Servers' add the following two numbers:
(You can also enter them if you click on Advanced and then DNS)
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 10, 2013 7:38 PM (in response to Klaus1)
Thanks for the reply
2 questions again:
Is it not suficient to empty the cache from the drop down menu?
I have been using open DNS on and off but I am not sure
where to change it in the Network Prefs. DNS appears in
3 places: Airport, VPN, Ethernet so do I change the DNS
in all three? I use wifi and I am on a campus with no public IP.
A further issue is that recently printing to pdf has been crashing safari