Technical Requirements

Browsers is best viewed with Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. The site has been tested with the versions listed below:

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.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Go to Tools and click Internet Options.
  2. Under Browsing history, click Delete.

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Mozilla Firefox:

  1. At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Firefox button and then select Options.
  2. Select the Advanced panel.
  3. Click on the Network tab.
  4. In the "Cached Web Content" section, click "Clear Now".
  5. Click OK to close the Options window.

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Google Chrome:

  1. Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
  2. Select Tools.
  3. Select "Clear browsing data".
  4. In the dialog that appears, select the checkboxes for the types of information that you want to remove.
  5. Use the menu at the top to select the amount of data that you want to delete. Select "beginning of time" to delete everything.
  6. Click "Clear browsing data".

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Operating Systems 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.
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If Mac OS X, from the Apple menu, click "About This Mac". This will show you the version.

Tablets & Mobile Platforms 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.