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IG.com On Mac


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When I go into my IG account on my Mac, using the default browser, Safari, very soon the fan starts getting

noisy and eventually I get a browser message saying words to the effect that this web page is using

a lot of resources.

 

Any ideas how I can improve the situation on my Mac......Not by getting a PC ?

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I have exactly the same issue and I'm using Chrome on a Macbook Pro Early 2015, 16GB RAM, 3.1 GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i7. 

As soon as the IG page is in focus, the fans start getting noisier until the sound just gets annoying.

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On 28/08/2021 at 05:35, buylow said:

I have exactly the same issue and I'm using Chrome on a Macbook Pro Early 2015, 16GB RAM, 3.1 GHz Dual-Core Intel Core i7. 

As soon as the IG page is in focus, the fans start getting noisier until the sound just gets annoying.

Hi @buylow,
You can try to clear your cache and delete your cookies on Chrome. 

You can try to close charts that your are not using they sometime add up at the top of your Workspace :
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I hope that it helps.

All the best - Arvin

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