When Safari requires extra RAM, it uses its memory management system, which eliminates inactive webpages. When you return to the old inactive tab, it will immediately reload the page. It's a fantastic RAM management feature. However, frequent tab reloading is inconvenient.
- I use the Safari browser for most of my online browsing. It's quick, uses less battery, and blocks advertising and information trackers automatically. However, one thing it doesn't do well (yet) is manage memory.
- Safari is designed to use the fewest resources possible, therefore any webpage that requires additional resources causes the processes for other tabs to halt.