Practical ways to see Safari images while browsing Mac

Safari is a default browser on Apple devices and it is known for rendering the best ever browsing experience to all Mac users having OS X operating system. A few Mac users have complained of seeing no Safari images while browsing on their Mac using Safari. Whenever such annoying issue is faced by Mac users, they look at a few workarounds in order to fix this issue. In older Safari versions, there was a setting for “Appearance” that let you toggle to show images or not. But the Safari 9.X version misses the same feature. Interestingly, there are some other ways to get around to this option. This article will help Mac users when they are not able to see the Safari images while browsing Mac. Support for forgot Apple® ID Password

Option 1: This option has 3 steps that will help see Safari images

  • The very first step that users need to follow is to open your Safari. To do so, go to Safari > preferences and choose the Advanced Tab. Then, turn on the Show Develop Menu option.
  • After this, your browser for Mac will sport a new menu item titled ‘Develop’. Drop down the Menu and select Empty Cache. Ensure that Disable Images and Disable Javascript are not clicked. You will not be able to notice any images on Safari when the Disable Image option is checked on. In the same manner, Javascript should be enabled. Apple technical service number for customer support
  • And the last step within the option 1 is to click on Safari > Preferences > Privacy. Then, click on “More” and choose to “Remove All”. This step will help you remove any malware in the browser.

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Option 2: Go to this option, if option 1 hasn’t resolved your problem.  Here you will have to experiment with the Safari’s preferences files and cache files. Make sure you also sync with your reading list and bookmarks to iCloud before you proceed with the option. It is also likely that they may get deleted while you go for option # 3.  Support for iCloud 

First of all, close Safari and click on the Finder app and open up a session. After this, tap on GO and select Go To Folder. On the field, you need to type: “~/Library/Caches/com.apple.Safari/Cache.db” without the quotes. After the file is located, drag it out to Trash.”  Then reboot the machine and try Safari again to see if it works for you.

It is assumed that these simple steps will make things happen for you. In case you fail to get any result despite your efforts, then you take help from Mac technical support center or any other 3rd party tech support service providing companies that offer tech support via a remote assistance service.

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