Web pages loading very slowly.

It doesn't matter if my Mac is connected with an ethernet cable or wireless, web pages are loading very slowly. I'm sure there's an easy fix for this but I'm clueless. Can anyone offer a suggestion? Thanks...

Try clicking safari> reset safari.this should speed things up a bit. also click preferences, cookies, and clear some unwanted cookies.
KANE
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