Hi... I'm sort of a newbie (celebrating my first month in two days time) and I've been having very little problems with my mac so far, but recently something has been cropping up when I surf the internet, and I was wondering whether anyone knows how to solve it... Background knowledge: I have a 12" Alubook with Panther on it, and I connect to the internet via a wireless broadband network, where I share the connection with three other computers, but usually it's only one other computer, because my dad and my sis doesn't use the internet much. Recently, I realise when I surf onto a graphics-heavy site (like a webcomic page), or try to download stuff from versiontracker, Safari often stops loading all my pages. This doesn't happen all the time, and the only workaround I've been able to come up with is to clear cache and restart Safari. I've repaired permissions and even reset Safari, but the same thing keeps cropping up. It's really irritating, because I've not been able to read any webcomics since I've gotten my mac, and just today I tried to find a program in versiontracker and Safari just keeps messing up. In around two hours I've had to restart Safari five times to be able to download two programs... I'm running bittorrent in the background, and I haven't tried viewing the pages with IE yet, so I don't know wheter it's a problem with my bandwidth (but my bittorrent hardly gets up to a very high transfer rate) or with Safari, or with my network, or with the mac. Any suggestions?