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Discussion in 'OS X El Capitan (10.11)' started by Ev0d3vil, Feb 16, 2016.
Anyone? On the latest El Capitan on the 2013 late retina 13inch macbook pro.
Clear history and website data. I've had in the past bloated Safari data, and clearing it makes things better. And this is why I have my history retention set to 30 days: just enough time to keep recent history, and not bloat it with data from a website I visited once.
I have issues with Safari on this model macbook pro as well (late retina 2013 13inch pro). It has 8GB of ram and 256gb hard drive and even after a clean install of El Capitan I still have issues with safari and unresponsiveness. I love that Safari is better on battery life, but unless I really need that extra half hour/45 minutes of battery life, I will be using either Chrome or Firefox. Both of them work very well.
This is almost always caused by a bad extension or plug-in or by malware.
Clean out your Safari extensions and plug-ins: https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT203353
Also download and run the free MalwareBytes for Mac:https://www.malwarebytes.org/antimalware/mac/
After you have done that, normal Safari speed should be restored.