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You need Safari 6.1 or newer Enable Debug menu defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeInternalDebugMenu -bool true Set "Use Per-tab web processes" and "Show Web process IDs in page titles" to on.


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Open the Activity monitor in Utility folder. Sort by name View by memory usage You should see individual Safari pages memory consumption. By hovering pointer over one will show the web site name. The memory consumption will depend on the web site it self, its design, the complexity, and multimedia usage.


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The proposed answer of chmod 000 RemoteNotifications does work, but unfortunately console is spewed with many failed attempts to access files in the directory. The messages are all being logged by a process called SafariNotificationAgent which appears to be the single source of grief. This process can be stopped entirely using: launchctl remove ...


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You mac has saved Chrome passwords in the key chain. Open your key chain and sort by typing the name Google in search window so you can do the following easier. This is what it looks like on my MBA. Click on the first one of the Google password and then open the access control tab Set to allow all applications to use If you are not ...


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Select previous tab: ⌃⇧⇥ (control-shift-tab), ⇧⌘← (shift-command-left), or ⇧⌘[ (shift-command-[) Select next tab: ⌃⇥ (control-tab), ⇧⌘→ (shift-command-right), or ⇧⌘] (shift-command-]) You can customize the shortcuts from System Preferences:


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I left Charles (web proxy debugger) running and waited for the re-direct again. I found the site that is originating the request to sponsor.adverstitial.com, it is ad.cpmaxads.com. A request to that site goes out, then it brings back a lot of shady looking javascript/HTML mix with this in the middle: {var ...


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No: Snow Leopard runs Safari 5.1.10 at the newest (via and also). I recommend using Chrome or Firefox if you downgrade back to Snow Leopard. There are messages that Chrome and Firefox no longer support Leopard, but both seem to still support Snow Leopard.


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Many websites have auto-play flash. Disable it in Safari, and you will be prompted to play them if you click on it. Set Adobe Flash to ASK! That way all the unwonted one wont eat up your memory.


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I would be more concerned with Excel and the version of Microsoft Office you're running. Ensure you have the latest version of Office 2011, currently at least 14.3.9 (English version) to be compatible with Mavericks. Also, depending on what you are copying/pasting, you can try "Paste Special..." in Excel and select "Text" so you only get clean text and not ...



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