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Cached 'favicons' in Safari can cause slowdowns
Authored by: Crimson Napkin on Mar 29, '04 12:14:31PM

I am so glad to see this post! I was just starting to get quite irritated/worried about how slow Safari has gotten (especially since I upgraded to 10.3.3). I was wondering what in the heck the problem could be and then I cam across this post... thanks macosxhints!

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Cached 'favicons' in Safari can cause slowdowns
Authored by: beanboyrjs on Mar 29, '04 01:57:35PM

I was beginning to use Firefox instead of my preferred Safari because I was also getting pretty ticked that Safari was giving me that damn beach ball every time I click a link or opened a tab. Now I can go back to Safari! I was so glad for this hint.

Now...Apple, get on the 'beach' ball, and get this fixed!



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Cached 'favicons' in Safari can cause slowdowns
Authored by: Crimson Napkin on Mar 30, '04 09:39:02AM

Me too! I had started using the daily Camino build and sometimes Mozilla but wasn't happy about this. After getting rid of the icons, I have not had one spinning beach ball.

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