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Last Updated: Friday, 09-Jan-2015 12:32:46 PST

Trouble seeing things? - Simplest Answer

Then download the free Google Chrome and the free Foxit PDF Reader. This only applies to PC users using desktops, laptops, or netbooks (Windows Users). Google Chrome is faster, takes less memory, has more capabilities for web designers, is the standard for smartphones and tablets, works better on netbooks than Firefox, keeps your browser and Flash Player plugin up to date automatically, and includes a simple built in PDF viewer. Foxit PDF Reader includes everything necessary to view even the most advanced PDF with all their features, but is much faster, more efficient, more reliable, and more secure than Adobe Reader and is also free.

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Visitors using Macs, Apple iPhones, iPod Touches, iPad, iPad Air, or iPad Mini tablets (with iOS 4.0 or higher) will already have an ultimate experience with the included web browser. The same applies for other phones that are in that league including Google branded phones and Palm's latest phones. Blackberry before OS 6 and Windows Mobile before OS 7 users will have a very bad experience and would do best to download Opera Mini and just visit my mobile section. Other users need to see what applies to their device as described in the other devices section.

For the Ultimate Experience

For a whole new fully immersive experience beyond just the new font and built in audio, use Internet Explorer 9 (for Windows Vista and 7 users), Firefox 4.0, Google Chrome 5.0 (stable channel version), or (for Mac users only) Apple's Safari 5.0

The latest browsers will provide stunning visual effects involving high impact graphics.

This is all done without any plugins (including Flash Player), without any additional graphics or slower download times, it keeps the website just as accessible as before, and only needs to be edited in one place to change or update the entire website. Mac OS X 10.4 and higher (with all free updates installed) and Apple iPad (with iOS 4.2 and higher) and higher users have this out of the box, without installing anything.

Everything Already in Newer Apple Products

Mac OS X 10.4 and higher (with all free updates installed) has this functionality (included in Firefox and Seamonkey) plus PDF viewing (equivalent to Adobe Reader) and audio playing (either open source friendly or Apple and standard versions) built in without installing anything else.

iPhones and iPod Touches (with iOS 4.0 and higher) can see and hear everything fine, but you will see a different design. You will have no need to install anything.

Windows Users Ready for a Good Experience

For a basic or minimal experience, Windows users will need Internet Explorer 7 or 8, PDF viewer, and iTunes for my audio content. Most Windows XP and higher users already have all this installed.


These are all free and are used prominently throughout the web, so if you don't have them installed, you are missing out on a lot, so install them for free now.

See what browser you have currently and what your other options are. Google's Youtube is stopping support for Internet Explorer 6 and other older browsers, as of 13 March 2010.

Internet Explorer 9 and 10

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