Why do so many websites still not work properly with the Safari browser on a Mac?

Asked 07-Feb-2022
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These remedies are ideal for difficulties affecting Safari on Mac, such as the ones listed below. Check that your Mac is connected to the internet before you begin.

Why do so many websites still not work properly with the Safari browser on a Mac?

  • A webpage is either empty or does not display all of its content.
  • Despite using the right sign-in information, you are unable to access a webpage.
  • You are prompted to delete or reset cookies on a website.
  • Safari becomes sluggish or unresponsive.
  • If a page won't load or won't open, try reloading it: Select View > Reload Page or press Command-R to reload the page. If it doesn't work, quit Safari with Command-Q, then reopen it and try again. If Safari refuses to close, press Option-Command-Esc to force it to close.
  • Install all available Apple software updates, including Safari updates. If you've installed any Safari extensions, make sure they're up to date as well.
  • Safari extensions should be turned off.-Even if your Safari extensions are up to date, switch them off for a while to make sure they aren't interfering with Safari in any way. Select Safari > Preferences and then Extensions. Deselect an extension's checkbox to turn it off.
  • Try it out in a private window.-A website might save cookies, caches, and other data on your Mac, and problems with that data can make it difficult to browse the website. View the website in a private window to prevent it from using that information: Select File > New Private Window from the File menu.

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