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About 5 min. into every session a warning box comes up and says " Safari encountered a problem and needs to close". This happens every time.I have reinstalled 3 times and still no go.I love this browser and miss it very much. Till now it has been all I need. I am not a fan of Internet explorer

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First thing to do here is to scan your computer for any malware or spyware that can be causing this problem, you can download Malwarebytes its free and its good in removing malware and spyware on your system then uninstall and reinstall it again that should do the trick....

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  1. Within Internet Explorer, click the "Tools" menu and choose "Internet Options."
  2. Click the tab labeled "Privacy."
  3. Click the button labeled "Advanced."
  4. Check the option labeled "Override automatic cookie handling." To enable cookies:
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  1. Within Safari, click the "Safari" menu and choose "Preferences."
  2. Click the icon labeled "Security."
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  3. Click "OK" to save changes and close the dialog box.

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