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Safari is slow after Yosemite upgrade

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Hi, I'm running Yosemite on my 27" iMac. My hardware is quite hefty...3.4 GHz i7, 32GB Ram, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680MX 2048MB Video card, etc. After upgrading to Yosemite, I'm seeing my Internet Browsing experience behave a bit slow. My Internet speed is about 15.32 Mbps to 13.69 Mbps depending on which server I choose to test against.

Nothing else is behaving slowly -- just Safari. Has anyone experienced anything like this after upgrading? If so, what should I do to improve my speed.

BTW, I cleared my cache history and that didn't solve the problem.

Thanks,
Fulano
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There are several suggested solutions here:  https://discussions.apple.com/thread/6603972
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It seems I'm not the only one...I tried some all of the suggestions and it may have helped a little, but Safari is still very sluggish. It looks like an Apple patch is the only thing that is going to help this. It also seems that I may have to switch to Firefox until that happens.

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Fulano
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