So, I was on the beta for Ventura, one of the first actually. I was delighted to find that safari hardly hung, was responsive and actually a pleasure to use.
Fast forward to now and, it's worse than ever. Safari not responding is a constant, command tabbing through apps does not land on safari, skipping through headings of sponsored links on google is sluggish...
Safari is a car crash. Apple support should be ashamed that a key application of their Mac suite of applications is such an utter pile of shit. Yes, I could move to chrome or some other browser, learn how it works, transfer my passwords and credit cards, lose Touch ID and key chain access in these apps but, to be honest, I don't want to and, more importantly , I shouldn't have to.
I'm sure, like me, you have put in bug reports, told them of the poor performance of safari and, as usual, they say, we're working on it, and nothing gets done and we acclimate to the horseshit apple is serving up. Do they think so little of us?
Now, I know there are going to be those of you that pop up and say: It works for me... Great, good for you, you're obviously blessed by your preferred flavour of deity. For me, however, the experience is worse than annoying, it slows me down, actually hampers my work, the very opposite of what 'accessibility' is designed to do.
Anyway... Rant over. Nothing will change. I'll go on buying apple's increasingly average products, probably be first in line... I'm a hypocrite, or maybe I believe that a brand new, super powerful computer might, just might fix my woes...
Spoiler alert... it doesn't.