Do you have Adobe Flash installed? After removing this my entire system and Safari in particular felt more responsive.Hello everyone,
I bought a 2015 13" rMBP with 256 SSD and 8GB of RAM a couple of days ago and I'm pretty happy with it. However, I have noticed that even though this MacBook is pretty snappy overall, Safari has been underperforming on me lately.
There are times when it takes a couple of seconds before opening a new tab or registering my click on the url bar. Also, the Favorites tab in Safari is really sluggish when I scroll through all my bookmarks. What gives? I'm running El Capitan 10.11.15.
The same does not happen with Chrome but I would very much prefer keep using Safari if possible.
I'm pretty sure 10.11.6 just killed my 2010 MBP.
My computer was working just fine. I updated to 10.11.6 just an hour ago. Now my computer won't turn on unless I press the power button five times in a row.
Then it boots me to a screen where I have to select the language. After that, it's a screen about having to change my password, which makes no sense. After doing that, the computer resets and doesn't turn on again.
At a total loss here.
Thanks so much. It's working now.Are you using FileVault? If so, remove it (if you get the password issue screen on boot, select the last option, and remove FileVault). I had the same issue - once I removed it, everything worked fine. I re-enabled it, issue returned... but it took more effort to remove, as the drive hadn't actually encrypted yet (eventually was able to log on).
The computer does turn on... it just takes minutes to actually boot.
The safari bugs detailed throughout this thread and numerous and others.
My system will literally just freeze after a few days when utilising safari for a long period of time.