To determine if you are running the latest version of your web browser and Adobe Flash, we recommend that you do the following:

Step-by-step guide

  1. Open your web browser and visit www.whatismybrowser.com.

    Please note, www.whatismybrowser.com is not a Clarkson University website. It contains relevant troubleshooting information at the time of this article's authorship, however Clarkson cannot take responsibility for the contents of external websites.



  2. If your web browser is up-to-date, you should see an indication like this:


    If your web browser is outdated, you may see an indication like this.  If you see this, you should click on the link to install the update.



  3. A bit further down the page, if your Adobe Flash is up-to-date, you should see an indication like this:
     

     If your Adobe Flash is outdated, you may see an indication like this.  If you see this, you should click on the link to install the update:
     


The process for installing web browser or Adobe Flash updates will vary depending on your operating system and/or your web browser. Please follow the instructions from the website that pertain to your particular combination of operating system and web browser.

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