When your iPad's Safari browser has a lot of unwanted pages open, things might get slow, and your browser may even stop or crash.
- When Safari for iPad's RAM cache is full, it saves only a preview of the page and then refreshes it when the user tries to access it again. Close unnecessary pages and restrict the number of open windows to three or four to avoid the aut0-refresh.
- Select Internet Options from the search results after clicking the Start button and typing 'internet options' in the search box. Click 'Custom tab -> Custom level' in the Internet Properties box, then scroll down in the Security Settings window until you see 'Allow META REFRESH.' This should be disabled.