This page outlines how to find out which internet browser and browser version you are using. This is useful to the PMP help desk in troubleshooting application errors, since our applications are only compatible with certain browsers & versions.
- Determine Internet Browser Type and Version via What's MyBrowser.org
- How to Manually Tell Which Internet Browser You Are Using
- How to Manually Tell Which Version of an Internet Browser You Are Using
- Compatible Browsers by Product
Determine Internet Browser Type and Version via What'sMyBrowser.org
1. The most efficient way to determine which internet browser, and the browser version, that you are using is by inputting the following URL into the address bar of your browser: www.whatsmybrowser.org/
2. Once you've input this URL into your browser's address bar, hit "Enter" on your keyboard. You will be taken to a page that will display your internet browser and version. In the example below, the a user is using the browser Firefox, version 63.
How to Manually Tell Which Internet Browser You Are Using
If the you are unable to visit www.whatsmybrowser.org, you can determine the internet browser type by viewing the icon of your internet browser. This should be the icon you double-click to launch (or open) the internet browser.
How to Manually tell which Version of an Internet Browser You Are Using
- The browser version can be found from the 'Help' menu. This is usually located across the top next to 'Tools.'
- From 'Help' you will go to 'About Internet Explorer'
- The browser version can be found from the 'Help' menu. This is usually located across the top next to 'Tools' but can sometimes be located in the orange Firefox drop down menu in the top left.
- From 'Help' you will go to 'About Firefox'
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*Has a downloadable mobile application but is not supported on mobile browsers.
This application supports the current and previous major releases of Firefox and Internet Explorer on a rolling basis. Each time a new version is released, we test functionality and ensure the newest versions are compatible with our solution.
Our engineering teams make use of new capabilities only available in modern, up-to-date browsers which also provide improved security and performance.
If you are having any problems with the display features, please upgrade to the Internet Explorer or Firefox versions mentioned above.
The Internet Explorer version can be downloaded at http://www.microsoft.com/ie, and the Firefox version can be downloaded at http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/.
A screen resolution size of 1024x768 pixels is also recommended.