I just downloaded and installed OSX Mavericks. Everything seems to be working great except for Safari. I have a Mid-2009 Macbook Pro 13" 2.26Ghz Core 2 Duo 8GB RAM.

Safari opens, and works in 1 tab only. If you try to open a new tab, or open a page in a new tab, nothing happens. You can't get to the Safari Extensions, or Installed Plug-ins screens, because nothing happens when you click on them. If you try to go Full Screen, nothing happens except Safari freezes and will not respond. Besides all of that, if you hit the red button on the upper left to close Safari without "Quitting" safari, it has and error and says Sarafi Quit Unexpectedly. Is there anyway to wipe Safari 7 off of Mavericks and re-install it fresh? Don't care if I loose my settings/bookmarks etc.

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