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What Internet Browser version am I using?

Posted on: Dec, 2014 By: Mike Weber
What browser version do you have loaded on your computer? It is important to restore your system with all the most recent updates including your browser. Type the link below into your browser to find out if you have the most current browser available.


Internet Explorer:


Google Chrome:


Mozilla Firefox:


Apple Safari:


Quick and Simple? Updating your browser will enable you to view your content quicker, safer, and do more online. It will enable you to fully utilize the PresenterMedia website and content.

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By: Mike Weber
Mike is a great asset as part of the team at PresenterMedia. He really loves working with people. He's always ready to help someone in need and it gives him great satisfaction in doing so. He is the go to person when a PresenterMedia customer needs help. While not at work, you will usually find him playing sports, running or enjoying a sports game.

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Jun 01, 2015 -
Johanne Thiffault
Hi, I'm using Chrome 43 as a browser and for a couple of weeks, the appearance of the Presentermedia website has changed from a formatted page to a non-formatted page with listings of categories instead of menus. Although I think I have access to all contents, the format is really cumbersome and non-intuitive. Thanks. Johanne Thiffault
Jun 01, 2015 -
Mike Weber
About a week and half ago we had a browser issue with the site. We fixed this that day but if you are still not able to view the site properly here are the instruction for FireFox and Chrome. Thank you. to get firefox working again: Chosen solution Are there any parts of your site where you use HTTPS? Sometimes an administrative page will send Firefox a header indicating that it must always use HTTPS ("Strict Transport Security"), and that is remembered for the entire domain, even for pages that should not use HTTPS. If you think this is a possibility, to clear that setting, you can try this: In the Library dialog (Ctrl+Shift+h), right-click a history entry for your server and choose Forget About This Site. This will clear the permission/restriction settings for the site, as well as history, cookies, and any bookmarks to the site. for chrome: Our site sent the Strict-Transport-Security header so accessing it over https once will make browsers like Chrome/Firefox redirect http requests to https until some specified point in the future. As the other answer said, the only way to stop this once it starts is to clear the browser cache (or wait for the browser to expire the order). STS is the culprit, but there is a way to specifically delete your domain from the set. Go to chrome://net-internals in the URL bar, and select "HSTS" from the drop down. Enter presentermedia.com under *Delete domain* and press the Delete button.

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