Internet Software

The internet can be a great resource for your business. However, to take advantage of all the features on our website and everything the internet has to offer, you'll need the right software. Below is a list of online software that will help you get the most from your internet experience.

Windows

  • Many documents available online now come in PDF format. Acrobat Reader for Windows is a free program from Adobe that will allow you to download and view them with ease.

  • Firefox is a free, open source web browser available from Mozilla®. It features tab browsing, spell-checking, pop-up blocking, session restore and RSS support, as well as phishing protection and support for add-ons for extended functionality.

  • Internet Explorer 7 is the latest web browser available from Microsoft®. Available free of charge, IE 7 features tabbed browsing, advanced printing, RSS support and more. Its security features help defend against malware and phishing.

  • Java software from Sun Microsystems® allows you to automatically and seamlessly run applications called "applets" within your web browser. Applets are used in many ways by websites to enhance your online experience. They allow you to do everything from play online games and communicate with people around the world, to view images in 3D and calculate mortgage payments.

  • Opera is a free web browser and e-mail manager that offers many advanced features. It provides tab browsing, advanced security, individual site viewing preferences, a streamlined download manager, full support for style sheets and the ability to use add-ons to extend its capabilities.

  • Thunderbird is a free, full-featured e-mail manager from Mozilla. It supports IMAP and POP mail protocols, as well as HTML mail formatting. It spell checks as you type, and provides a global inbox with advanced spam filtering and attachment handling.

Mac OS X

  • Many documents available online now come in PDF format. Acrobat Reader for Mac OS X is a free program from Adobe that will allow you to download and view them with ease.

  • Firefox is a free, open source web browser available from Mozilla. It features page tabs, spell-checking, pop-up blocking, session restore and RSS support as well as phishing protection and support for add-ons for extended functionality.

  • Java software from Sun Microsystems® allows you to automatically and seamlessly run applications called "applets" within your web browser. Applets are used in many ways by websites to enhance your online experience. They allow you to do everything from play online games and communicate with people around the world, to view images in 3D and calculate mortgage payments.

  • Opera is a free web browser and e-mail manager that offers many advanced features. It provides tab browsing, advanced security, individual site viewing preferences, a streamlined download manager, full support for style sheets and the ability to use add-ons to extend its capabilities.

  • Safari is Apple's very own browser. Safari's performance and speed is among the best of any web browser, and comes with advanced features such as tabbed browsing, Google integration, a handy bookmarks manager and advanced support RSS feeds. It provides a secure browsing experience, and incorporates parental controls.

  • Thunderbird is a free, full-featured e-mail manager from Mozilla. It supports IMAP and POP mail protocols, as well as HTML mail formatting. It spell-checks as you type, and provides a global inbox with advanced spam filtering and attachment handling.

Linux

  • Many documents available online now come in PDF format. Acrobat Reader for Linux is a free program from Adobe that will allow you to download and view them with ease.

  • Firefox is a free, open source web browser available from Mozilla. It features page tabs, spell-checking, pop-up blocking, session restore and RSS support as well as phishing protection and support for add-ons for extended functionality.

  • Java software from Sun Microsystems® allows you to automatically and seamlessly run applications called "applets" within your web browser. Applets are used in many ways by websites to enhance your online experience. They allow you to do everything from play online games and communicate with people around the world, to view images in 3D and calculate mortgage payments.

  • Opera is a free web browser and e-mail manager that offers many advanced features. It provides tab browsing, advanced security, individual site viewing preferences, a streamlined download manager, full support for style sheets and the ability to use add-ons to extend its capabilities.

  • Thunderbird is a free, full-featured e-mail manager from Mozilla. It supports IMAP and POP mail protocols, as well as HTML mail formatting. It spell-checks as you type, and provides a global inbox with advanced spam filtering and attachment handling.