Monday, 30 May 2016

Resolve Safari Freezes and Crashing issues in OS X

Many of the Apple Mac users have discovered the Safari web browser has become appreciably less stable after updating to the latest OS X Yosemite. This update has made many periodic crashes of Safari browser that never happened before, like absolute freezing of the apps which refuse to open as it crashes immediately upon launch.
In case you are facing app crashes then it can cause frustration. There are various tricks which are specific to Safari and may help you to resolve issues instantly related with the Safari browser. If you are confronting Safari crashing or freezing on a regular basis under OS X Yosemite then, follow the steps given below and resolve the issue successfully.
You can update your device to the latest version of iOS software. This is an actually a simple process. Simply click on Settings > General > Software Update to check for existing updates. If an iOS update is available, you can click Download to install.
·         Clear your Safari history and cookies.
·         To clear history tap on Settings > Safari > Clear History.
·         To clear cookies tap Settings > Safari > Clear Cookies and Data.
If you are not able to download the install then contacting a reliable support providing company that offers you Apple technical support for Safari is the best option.
To clear stored data clear Safari stored data by tap Settings > Safari > Advanced > Website Data > remove all Website Data. These steps are only applicable if your device is running iOS 5 or later version.
After clearing data restart the iPad. Simply restarting your iPad device may fix various Safari browser issues. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until you see the red “slide to power off”, and then slide the slider. To turn the device on again, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until you see the Apple logo.
In case while applying all these steps if you face any problem then dialing toll-free technical support phone number for Apple products is the right option.
 Clear and disable Autofill settings if you are running iOS 5. If you have it, clear and turn this off. Tap Settings > Safari > Autofill > Clear All. Turn iCloud Bookmark Synchronizing feature off. Tap Settings > General > iCloud >toggle Bookmark syncing off.
Finally, go to Settings > Safari and turn on Private Browsing, then when impelled close all Tabs and if still the problem persists after performing steps above, please try:
 Turn off JavaScript. Tap Settings > Safari > JavaScript > off. Note that if you turn JavaScript off, you might not be able to properly browse script enabled sites.

For more solutions for Safari browser crash issue errors visit a reliable third party support providing company and get quality solutions.

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