Frozen iMac by Safari Webarchive

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A Webarchive from Safari has frozen my iMac. Tried to save a boarding pass for later printing. How do I enable the iMac and delete the Webarchive?

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Have you updated recently, that might be an issue for this problem. However, you can try to remove manually all caches pertaining to safari by going into user library folder. It is also necessary to uninstall 3rd party extensions & plugins.  
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  • TheRealRaven
    @Subhendu Sen : If it's "frozen", how can anything be removed? The "unfreezing" needs to be solved, then cleanup might be resolved. I don't have a Mac handy, so I can't help with that point and don't know what issues might arise.
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