mac OS is the operating system that powers every Mac.
It lets you do things you simply can’t with other computers.
And it works hand in hand with i Cloud to keep photos, documents, and other stuff up to date on those devices.
mac OS also comes with an entire suite of beautifully designed apps.
I tried a lot of the suggestions incluing: “Remove all web site data”, turning off extensions, uncheck “Stop internet plug-ins to save power”, adding a different DNS in network setting such as 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168, testing from Guest Account, Safe boot, uninstall Java For OSX2013-05, reset all network setting, reinstalling Maverick, updating to Yosemite etc. The only thing that I got was the deleting of all my passwords, cookies etc etc.
In this thread there’s supposedly a fix that requires you to reinstall a backup after doing complete reinstallation of the Os X.
First things first, the simplest response to the Safari beach ball and stall-out is two parts; wait to see if the web page eventually loads, and if not, just quit out of Safari to re-open it and try again.
This is the typical approach for most Mac users, and it often remedies the situation.
If Safari is so unresponsive that it can’t be quit from the File menu, using Force Quit is a reasonable solution instead: As we said, that usually works just fine, and most Mac users are back to browsing the web in Safari again.
More advanced Mac users can head over to the Activity Monitor application when the Safari beach ball makes an appearance, and typically in doing so you discover the bright red labeled “Safari Web Content (Not Responding)” process, if not several of them.
Killing a “Safari Web Content (Not Responding)” process forces it to exit and then, usually, it automatically reloads in Safari.