Your Safari browser is sluggish? Is it taking too much time to load a site page? Your extensions might be the culprit. Follow the instructions on this page to remove Safari extensions on your Mac. Your Safari should load sites faster after you uninstall the unused extensions.
Extensions are like additional tools that can improve the function of your browsers. They have different types as well as functions like blocking unwanted sites and ads, changing your Safari themes, creating a to-do list, and many more. They are small and most of them are free.
Unfortunately, installing too many extensions on your Safari can slow down your browser’s performance. The page load becomes slow and sometimes, it takes too much time to just lunch Safari. It’s because Safari also needs to load the extensions. Not to mentions that there are many problems caused by old and outdated extensions.
Thus, if you no longer use particular extensions on your Safari browser, removing them would be the best thing you can do.
Uninstalling Safari extensions on your Mac is pretty easy. In the section below, we’ll provide 2 quick and easy methods to help you remove Safari Extensions. Check them out!
How to Remove Safari Extensions on Your Mac
1. Open Safari browser.
2. Click Safari on the taskbar and select Preferences… or press Command + , (comma).
3. The Preferences window will show up and display a list of extensions installed on your Safari.
4. Choose the extensions you want to remove. For example, I select Save to Pocket and click Uninstall.
5. When prompted, click Show in Finder.
6. Finder will pop up and show Save to Pocket, the extension that we will try to remove on Safari.
7. Click the Save to Pocket with two fingers and select Move to Trash. Alternatively, drag it directly to the Trash.