I'm on Mavericks, Safari 9.0.1, no extensions. I use Chrome, and have used it for years now. However, Chrome has a horrible problem with memory leaks, and in time it starts hogging huge amounts of memory - that's how it works for me. So I keep trying Safari, and have been trying it for years now. I force myself to use it for like weeks, but in the end just give up because to me it's just such an inferior browser compared to Chrome and even Firefox. But I keep hearing about how people love Safari and so I figure I must be doing something wrong, or just don't know how to unlock all the Safari goodness. My main complaints against Safari are that it is extremely user unfriendly and insecure compared to Chrome. User unfriendly - one example: private browsing. In Chrome, I can just open a new window that is Incognito, and it appears, nothing more to do - with Safari, I can't just open a new PB window, instead I have to turn on Private Browsing, and when it appears, there's a dialogue box that I now need to confirm... so many steps, so many clicks, so unfriendly. But much worse is the poor security. I find Safari very bad at handling pop-ups and re-directs/hijacks - compared to Chrome. I've run a test on the same site, and Chrome lets me browse with minimum issues, while Safari just gets so completely hijacked that the only way out is to force-quit the browser. However, I'm openminded and willing to learn. So, fellow mac users - how can I learn to prefer Safari over Chrome? TIA!