Archive for February 7th, 2014

by Tom Nelson

Have you ever had a problem with Safari that seems to only happen when you visit a specific site, or try to use specific content, such as multimedia or social media features that are part of a web site?

Weekend DIY: Delete Unwanted Safari Plug-ins and Extensions

Screen shot © Coyote Moon, Inc.

Problems can range from inconvenient, such as part of a site or service not working, to your browser crashing. In many cases, the problem may not be the specific web site or your Safari browser, but a Safari plug-in that is designed to add functionality to the Safari browser.

Sometimes a plug-in is abandoned by the developer, and is no longer being updated. This may happen because the functionality that was once separate is now included in HTML specifications, or has been added directly to the Safari browser. But the plug-in is still installed and is now causing conflicts.

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