Persian-cats.com is best viewed with Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. The site has been tested with the versions listed below:
- Internet Explorer versions
- Mozilla Firefox
- Google Chrome
If you are having trouble viewing content on the site, please empty your temporary internet files/cache. See below for instructions that specifically relate to the three most popular browsers.
- Go to Tools and click Internet Options.
- Under Browsing history, click Delete.
For more info, visit http://support.microsoft.com/kb/260897
- At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Firefox button and then select Options.
- Select the Advanced panel.
- Click on the Network tab.
- In the "Cached Web Content" section, click "Clear Now".
- Click OK to close the Options window.
For more info, visit http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-clear-firefox-cache
- Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
- Select Tools.
- Select "Clear browsing data".
- In the dialog that appears, select the checkboxes for the types of information that you want to remove.
- Use the menu at the top to select the amount of data that you want to delete. Select "beginning of time" to delete everything.
- Click "Clear browsing data".
For more info, visit http://support.google.com/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=95582
Persian-Cats.com has been tested with the Operating Systems listed below:
- Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium
- Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro
- Apple OS X 10.9.5 (aka Yosemite)
How do I know what Operating System and the version I am using?
If Windows, you will see a Start button in the lower left hand corner. Using your keyboard, press the Windows Hotkey + R. That will bring up the run window. Now type winver and click OK. You will now see the version.
For more info, visit http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/which-operating-system
If Mac OS X, from the Apple menu, click "About This Mac". This will show you the version.
Tablets & Mobile Platforms
Persian-Cats.com has been tested with the devices and platforms listed below:
- Apple iPad Mini w/ Retina display- iOS 8
- Google Nexus 7 - Android 4.4.4
- Nokia Lumia – Windows Phone 8.1
- Anti-virus Software
- Examples include Symantec, McAfee, AVG, etc. This software is what protects your computer from software that performs unwanted actions on your computer and/or damages it some way.
- Also known as Temporary Internet Files. These are the files that are temporarily located on your computer when you access a website. The files can consist of cookies, history, cached webpages, etc.
- CPU (Central Processing Unit)
- This is the brains of your computer, it is what handles, as the name implies all the processing of the computer.
- Hard Drive
- Also referred to as hard disk drive. This is where are the files, applications, and operating system are stored.
- Think of this as your physical computer, but it also includes your mouse, keyboard, hard drive, etc.
- Also referred to as Malicious Software. This software is not always a virus, however it will perform some action on your computer that is unwanted and can cause unwanted actions.
- Operating System
- Examples include Apple’s OS X and Microsoft Windows. This software is what allows you to use your applications, it is the graphical user interface for your computer.
- PC (Personal Computer)
- This is the physical hardware, either laptop or desktop.
- RAM (Random Access Memory)
- This is the memory inside your computer, normally the more RAM that is located in the PC, the faster it operates.
- Examples include Microsoft Office, Adobe Reader, etc. These are what allow you to perform tasks easily and efficiently.
- Also referred to as Spy Software. Spyware is normally placed on your computer after visiting a compromised website or via an email attachment. This software can track your actions on your computer and can have negative consequences for you and your computer.
- This can include many different types of software, none of which are good, and none of which do you want on your computer.
- Web Browser
- This is software located on your PC that allows you to access websites. Common examples are Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Apple Safari.