If your Safari browser runs very slowly on your Mac, and also it takes a long time to refresh the page or load pages? Then you don’t need to worry. Often it happens due to many problems, so then you might need to reset it. However, the Reset Apple Safari procedure is not as difficult. Even resetting your Safari browser involves numerous steps. These are:

    • Clear your Safari browser history
    • Clear your Safari browser cookies & cache
    • Turn off installed Safari extensions
    • Deletes plugins
    • Scraps auto-fill data
    • Forgets saved login names and passwords

Therefore, after performing these above tasks, the result will look as if you have just installed the Safari browser on your Mac. Thus, follow the below given simple steps to do it.

Easy Steps to Reset Apple Safari browser:

Step 1: Clear Safari History

You should try to manually clear the history, cookies, saved passwords, and auto-fill information from your Safari browser on your Mac. Follow the steps:

    • Go to the Safari setting menu.
    • Then select the option ‘Clear History and Website Data’.
    • Click the menu nearly ‘clear’ option and then select a time, and to completely Reset Apple Safari, select ‘all history’ option.
    • Tap on the ‘Clear History’ option.

Step 2: Clear Safari Cache

    • Go to the Safari menu, then select the ‘Preferences’ option.
    • After that tap on the ‘Advance’ tab.
    • Then tick a blue checkbox specified ‘Show Develop menu in menu bar’ located at the bottom.
    • Tap on the ‘Develop menu’ and select the ‘Empty caches’ option to clear the cache.

Step 3: Removes Installed Safari Extensions

Go to the Safari menu, and choose Preferences, then click on the Extensions tab and then turn OFF all extensions. Then test it. If it’s okay, then turn on each extension until you discover what extension is causing the problem.

In this way, you can easier Reset Apple Safari on Mac and bring it back to its original state.

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