Some settings may need to be changed on your Internet browser so that content opens or runs correctly. These can include pop-up windows, browser toolbars or compatibility view.
More information is available below that can help you make these changes, if required, or on how to download an alternative browser.

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What Browser Am I Using?
Alternative Browser Links
Clear History / Cookies / Cache
Disable / Enable Pop-up Windows
Disable / Enable Browser Toolbars
Enable Compatibility View in Internet Explorer
Common Plugins / Software

If you are unsure which browser you are currently using then you can visit What Is My Browser? and it will detect what you are using

You can download a new version or different browser from one of the links below. If you install a second or third browser then you can also ensure that your current browser stays as your default one.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome
Please note that the Opera browser is not supported by Blackboard.

In some situations you may have to clear your browser history, cookies and/or cache and you can do this by following the steps for your browser.
In some cases you can select or deselect the areas that you would like to delete so you can just select History or Cookies if you wish.
Internet Explorer 9, Internet Explorer 10 , Internet Explorer 11
Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome

Many web browsers automatically prevent pop-up windows from loading and this may prevent some course content loading.
You can get more information about pop-up blockers in your browser by clicking one of these links:
Internet Explorer 9, Internet Explorer 10, Internet Explorer 11
Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome

Pop-ups can also be blocked by various toolbars including Google Toolbar, Ask Toolbar, MSN Toolbar etc so they may also need to be unblocked or allowed from the toolbar as well. In some cases the toolbar may have to be temporarily disabled.
You can find out how to disable or enable toolbars in your browser by clicking one of these links:
Internet Explorer
Mozilla Firefox
Google Chrome

You can view the list of supported browsers in the Recommended Browsers page.

Compatibilty View is used when a web page does not work correctly in Internet Explorer. This can be because the page was designed for an older version of the browser.
Microsoft have provided instructions on how to switch compatibilty view on or off for Internet Explorer 9, 10 or 11 (for Windows 7 & Windows 8). You can select the browser version in the top-right of the page for specific version instructions.

You may experience an error when loading certain course materials, such as the interactive ECDL materials, where the screen just shows 'Receiving Data from LMS' and it does not continue to load the materials. If this occurs then you should enable Compatibilty View and this should then load the materials normally. An alternative is to use Firefox or Chrome browser.

To use some course materials you may require additional software or plugins. Common examples of these include:
Adobe Flash Player
Adobe Shockwave Player
Adobe Acrobat Reader