Internet Explorer 8 & 9 (Windows)
Microsoft released Internet Explorer 9 for Windows on March 15th, 2011 and shortly therafter began to pushing Internet Explorer 9 out to computers running Windows 7 and Windows Vista via Automatic Update. Note that Internet Explorer 9 is not available for Windows XP or previous versions of Windows.
Information Systems & Computing (ISC) strongly suggests that users refrain from installing Internet Explorer 9 if they are using Oracle EPM/Hyperion, OASIS, or Health System applications.
Important notes: ISC maintains a detailed page on the specific desktop environment requirements for systems such as BEN Financials, the University's budget planning applications (Oracle EPM/Hyperion), and Webi/Business Objects here.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer is among several web browsers in use on campus for Windows.
Windows 8 Compatibility
Both versions of Internet Explorer 10 (Modern/tiled and classic) are integrated and compatible with Windows 8. Warnings above that apply to Internet Explorer 9 also apply to Internet Explorer 10.
No further configuration is necessary.
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To look up your local support provider, select your University affiliation above. You also may call First Call at 215-573-4778 to request a referral if you are not sure who to contact.
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