Are you running an old version of your browser?
Maybe a version of Explorer that Microsoft is no longer supporting on your operating system?
Do you know that you don’t have to use Microsoft’s Internet Explorer as your browser? If it’s not being updated or supported, my recommendation is to switch to Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome.
How do you know if it’s not being supported or updated?
It’s easy… if you’re running any version of Windows XP, Vista or older operating system, Microsoft won’t support your browser . So you can either buy a new computer, upgrade your operating system or just switch to a browser that will work on your computer.
What does that mean?
Your browsing experience isn’t what it should be. Simply put, your browser isn’t letting you experience newer technology. While you may be viewing some sites, you may not be enjoying all aspects of the experience.
What can you do?
Install Chrome or Firefox. It doesn’t really matter which. I like Google Chrome today because I can connect it to my gmail account and it saves my bookmarks(favorites) and shares across devices. So when I load Chrome on my PC, my mac bookmarks show up. Nice, really nice.
Just click on the image below and follow the directions to install.
Be sure to import your favorites (they may be called bookmarks) and set the new browser as your default browser. You should be prompted for each during the install.
If you have trouble with this, find someone in your area who knows computers & can sit in front of your computer and help you out. Because every computer is set up differently, it’s almost impossible to troubleshoot from afar.
Best of luck in your browsing experience!