5005 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Dec 12, 2010 12:27 PM by maskeda
Try troubleshooting the Safari .plist file.
Quit Safari (Commadn + Q)
Open a Finder window. Select your Home Folder in the Sidebar on the left. It has a small house icon. Then open the Library folder then the Preferences folder.
Move the com.apple.Safari.plist file from the Preferences folder to the Desktop.
Now launch Safari. See if that makes a difference.
And empty the Safari cache more often. Command + Option + E
Check Safari / Preferences - Extensions. Might be an Extension causing the problem.
And if nothing above has helped, try troubleshooting third party Safari add ons.
Uninstalling and reinstalling Safari doesn't always help.
And login to another account. Try Safari there. Same behavior then check the startup disk for errors.
Click here: Then click: *Try Disk Utility*