Here’s some advice:
Safari slow: A really neat way to enhance performance of Safari, the Mac web browser, is to disable its default ability to prefetch DNS information. Allowing this feature often results in decreased speed of a webpage or partial webpage loading, or webpage cannot be found errors – So is Safari slow still?
Is Safari slow still? If speed issues are evident with your Safari browser you could apply this tweak to disable DNS prefetching:
Disable DNS prefetching:
defaults write com.apple.safari WebKitDNSPrefetchingEnabled -boolean false
Be sure to close Safari, or reboot your Mac so the change takes effect.
If you wish to return to the default value use this command:
defaults write com.apple.safari WebKitDNSPrefetchingEnabled -boolean true
Is Safari slow for you?
Safari slow: If Safari is slow for you or if you experience issues when using Safari you know who to call for expert advice and independent support, right?
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…and another useful tip for Safari:
Right-click the tab you want to pin and select Pin Tab (you can also do so from the Window menu), and that tab will appear in every Safari window you open.
In the latest operating system, macOS 10.13 High Sierra, Apple introduced some additional features to its native Safari web browser. Here we’ll cover just what they are and how you can customize them to make your web browsing experience a more enjoyable one. To find out more visit our friends at MacRumors via this link