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Download new Safari Capitan

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Download new Safari for El Capitan
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  tyroneboman replied 1 year ago.

Try a Restart of Safari. Sometimes restarting the application resolves the issue and can improve application speed. If Safari starts but is unresponsive you will have to Force Quit it. There are a few ways to Force quit applications on Mac. One of the ways is via “Activity Monitor”. You can force quit from the apple menu or

Open Finder > Applications > Utilities > Activity Monitor

Select Safari and use the “X” button.

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