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Browser Requirements

To comfortably view the ontimetraining.com courses, you will need the following minimum requirements on your computer system:

Computer System: IBM Compatible System or
Macintosh System 7 or higher
System Hardware: Sound card and speakers
32 Mb Memory
Monitor with a resolution of at least 800x600 px
Browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.0 with Service Pack 2 installed for PC's,
Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.0 for Mac or
Netscape Navigator version 4.0.8.
We recommend Internet Explorer version 5.0 for PC's and Internet Explorer version 4.5 for Mac's.
Plug-ins/ActiveX Controls: Macromedia's Flash 4.0 Player

Your System Information

Below is information that your system was able to detect.


If the words "Internet Explorer" or "Netscape" appear after the word Browser: above, you have the correct brand of browser to view the courses.

If you have Microsoft Internet Explorer on your system the Version: information from above will report "MSIE4.01" (or a higher number) if you have the correct version of the browser installed.

If you have Netscape Navigator on your system the Version: information from above will report "4.08" or a higher number if you have the correct version of the browser installed.

To upgrade your browser to the latest version click on the appropriate button below.

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Get Internet Explorer for Mac's
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Get Netscape Navigator

Screen

To comfortably view the ontimetraining.com courses without having to scroll horizontally, and with minimal vertical scrolling, we recommend a monitor resolution of at least 800 x 600 pixels. Press the button below to view your monitor settings.


Macromedia Flash 4.0 Player

ontimetraining.com uses the Macromedia Flash Player to add interactive multimedia components throughout the course.

If you would like to check your Flash Player Installation or if you need to install the Flash Player, please click here.

Note for AOL users:

If you are having problems with graphics on AOL, try turning off the Compressed Graphics feature in the AOL program. To do this:

  1. Select My AOL from the Tool Bar.
  2. Select Preferences from the drop-down menu.
  3. Select the WWW button.
  4. Select the Web Graphics tab.
  5. Uncheck the Use compressed graphics box.

 

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