These solutions are appropriate for issues that affect Safari on Mac, including issues such as the following. Before you get started, make sure that your Mac is connected to the internet.
- A webpage is blank or doesn't show all of its content
- You can't to sign in to a webpage, despite using the correct sign-in information
- A webpage asks you to remove or reset cookies
- Safari slows down or stops responding
The price to keep Google as the default search engine on the Safari browser is said to have gone up once again, which could increase even more in 2022. It is widely understood that Google pays. Click on Safari in the top Apple menu, and then select Preferences. Step 2: Change your default search engine to Google Next to Default search engine, click on the drop down menu and select Google. Safari keeps asking for me to re-enter my Google password as if I had never set up the account. I have entered it over and over, have changed my Google password, and can access my Google account directly from the Google mobile mail app. But that darned account access request will not go away. Google Sign-in is currently not supported in incognito mode on Chrome on iOS. Safari with Intelligent Tracking Prevention This new feature of macOS High Sierra and iOS 11 deactivates third-party cookies every 24 hours, unless the user interacts with one of the page of the domain of the third-party. To remove Google from Favourites (the icons that are shown when opening a new page in Safari): Open a new or existing page in Safari tap on the Bookmarks icon at the bottom of the screen tap on the Bookmarks tab (on the left) tap on Favourites swipe left on Google to remove it. The same can be done within the History tab, if desired.
Solutions for issues that affect Safari on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch are also available.
Reload the page
If a page doesn't open or finish loading, try to reload it: Choose View > Reload Page or press Command-R. If that doesn't work, press Command-Q to quit Safari, then reopen Safari and try again. If Safari doesn't quit, press Option-Command-Esc to force Safari to quit.
Install software updates
Install all available Apple software updates, which can include updates for Safari. If you installed any Safari extensions, update them as well.
Turn off Safari extensions
Even if your Safari extensions are up to date, temporarily turn them off to be sure they aren't affecting Safari in unexpected ways. Choose Safari > Preferences, then click Extensions. To turn off an extension, deselect its checkbox.
Test with a private window
A website can store cookies, caches, and other data on your Mac, and issues with that data can affect your use of the website. To prevent the website from using that data, view the website in a private window: Choose File > New Private Window.
If that works, use the following steps to remove the website's data from your Mac. The website can then create new data as needed. If it's a website that you sign in to, make sure that you know your sign-in information before continuing.
- Choose Safari > Preferences, then click Privacy.
- Click Manage Website Data.
- Select the affected website from the list shown.
- Click Remove.
- Click Done.
- Open the website again in a non-private browser window.
Check network settings
Certain network settings, such as those related to using a proxy server or custom DNS server, can affect access to content on the internet. Even if you haven't changed your network settings, you might have installed software that changed those settings for you.
To find out whether the issue is with the network settings on your Mac, try viewing the website from some other device connected to the same network. You can also add a new network location in Network preferences as a way to quickly reset your network settings for testing.
To find out whether the issue is with your network itself, try viewing the website after connecting to a different network.
Google Keep For Safari Download
Resolve other issues
Google Keep For Safari
- If you deleted Safari and don't have a Time Machine backup or other backup, reinstall macOS to put Safari back in your Applications folder. Reinstalling macOS doesn't remove data from your computer.
Google Keep Extension For Safari
If you still need help, please contact Apple Support.