Currently Being ModeratedNov 14, 2013 7:28 PM (in response to Linc Davis)
I have tried this solustion. At first, the pages load faster, but when cookies stored, they are slow again. The weird thing is that the loading speed is not always slow. I tried the same page in the morning, the loading speed is ok (but still not as fast as the other browsers), but in the evening, slow again (the other browsers are ok). I think maybe there is something wrong with my DNS, so I changed it to google's (188.8.131.52) and others, but still does not change anything.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 15, 2013 4:28 AM (in response to guesq)
Tried the first part of the test. Safari is loading faster. Except the Facebook login page, which might have been a fluke.
What now? How can I find out which personal setting might be causing this?
Currently Being ModeratedNov 15, 2013 5:01 AM (in response to guesq)
Might be a cache issue ...
Open the Finder. From the Finder menu bar click Go > Go to Folder
Type or copy paste the following:
Click Go then move the Cache.db file to the Trash.
Quit and relaunch Safari to test.
If that doesn't help, try troubleshooting Safari extensions and third party plugins.
From the Safari menu bar click Safari > Preferences then select the Extensions tab. Turn that OFF, quit and relaunch Safari to test. If that helped, turn one extension on then quit and relaunch Safari to test until you find the incompatible extension then click uninstall.
If it's not an extensions issue, try troubleshooting third party plug-ins.
Back to Safari > Preferences. This time select the Security tab. Deselect: Allow all other plug-ins. Quit and relaunch Safari to test.
If that made a difference, instructions for troubleshooting plugins here.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 16, 2013 9:26 PM (in response to guesq)
I was having the same problem after downloading Mavericks. I remembered that there are new power saving features related to Safari. Under Preferences there is a check box to "Stop Plug-ins to Save Power" and a detail button. After clicking the detail button it listed the websites that use plug-ins and the sites listed were the ones that were not loading properly. I unchecked the the box to Stop Plug-ins and Safari appears to be working properly again.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 25, 2013 6:36 AM (in response to Carolyn Samit)
What I've tried so far:
- deleted Cache.db twice already
- disabled Stop Plug-ins to Save Power option
Deleting Cache.db seems to help at first. But then it goes on wonkers again and the browser is slow again. As far as my experience is concerned, none of the above solutions work permanent which makes Safari 7.0 the slowest Safari it has ever been!
Currently Being ModeratedNov 25, 2013 6:45 AM (in response to guesq)
I think this is a real issue. I've cleared the cookies and pages still load noticeably slower than with Firefox (my normal browser choice). This is the *only* issue I've found with either of my two Macs with Mavericks, and it is the same with both -- vs. a specific machine issue.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 28, 2013 1:41 AM (in response to guesq)
Safari is useless since upgrade to Mavericks. When I fresh open Safari it load first page. As soon as I want to open another page the blue loader in url bar starts moving but stops and nothing happens.
I've already removed cache.db file, reset Safari, put computer into Safe mode, disable all extensions, etc. Nothing helps. Since moving to Mavericks I was forced to use Firefox instead.
I am not using flash neither java plugins.
Any suggestions what could be the issue?
P.S.: when I wait for page to load for about a minute or more, than page actually loads. But have to wait again for another request (page load).
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