|Browser||You are using Ccbot, version 2.0.||More Info|
In order to view Gleim pages properly, it's recommended to use a supported browser. The following browsers are supported:
|Microsoft Internet Explorer||Version 11 and above|
|Google Chrome||Version 52 and above|
|Apple Safari||Version 8 and above|
|Microsoft Internet Explorer|
|Tools → Internet Options → Security → Custom Level → Make sure all items are enabled under the Scripting section|
|Adobe Flash||Unable to determine the status of Adobe Flash.||More Info|
Adobe Flash is a browser enhancement that allows for the display of multimedia content. It can be downloaded for free at http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/.
Security software will sometimes block Adobe Flash presentations. You may also want to check your browser settings and any toolbars you have installed to make sure they aren't blocking your presentations.
|Pop-Up Blocker||Unable to determine the status of popups.||More Info|
Popups are browser windows that open in addition to the window you're currently viewing. Because they're often used for advertising purposes, many people have programs installed that prevent these windows from opening. However, popups are a convenient way to differentiate information and are used on some of the Gleim online courses. It is recommended to disable popup blockers while using the Gleim site, or configuring the program to allow popups from Gleim.
NOTE: You may have more than one pop-up blocker installed. There is most likely one within your browser. There may also be one installed with toolbars, browser extensions, or within security software such as anti-viruses, Internet security programs or firewalls on your computer.
|Cookies||Cookies are disabled.||More Info|
Cookies are small pieces of information that can be saved to a user's hard drive when they
visit the Gleim website. This information would include things such as settings and preferences
from the Gleim website. It is recommended to enable cookies for www.gleim.com.
Click here to learn more.
|Adobe Reader||Unable to determine the status of Adobe Reader.||More Info|
Adobe Reader is a third party program that allows the viewing of PDF files.
Since many of the online courses utilize PDF documents, it is highly recommended
to download and install this program.
It is available for free at: http://get.adobe.com/reader/