I have been struggling for quite a while now with safari and even firefox being so slooowwwwww<br><br>iMac G4 800 Mhz 768 MB ram<br><br>Been doing all the online dsl speed test. I have Verizon DSL suppose to be 3MB down 768k up. Test have been very inconsistent until using auditmypc.com every time I test it is consistently close to what I should be getting. Now this is all wireless so I was concerned about my netgear router, but audit my pc says I'm getting the speeds I should be. So when I run activity monitor safari is using like 60-80% of my CPU!!! Is it possible to have the "speed" when I check it but not have it translate to "speed" in pulling up web pages because of safari and my imac? <br><br>TIA<br><br>Joe<br><br>
Yes! Shut down everything. I pull plugs too! Then starting at the street, work your way back to turning Mac back on last and that should clear out the tubes! Worked for a few others of us.<br><br><br><br><br>
Hi Kate!<br><br>Happy New Year!<br><br>I will give that a try tomorrow, but I have had everything unpluged about a week ago when I moved everything from behind an old full length mirror, which I thought was causing some of the problem. Anyways that still doesn't explain how I am getting the speed I should be according to auditmypc.com which really has me stumped!<br><br>
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