If you are not able to install or remove software on your computer due to your organization's IT policies, please contact your IT administration, and ask for an up-to-date web browser.If you are a Firm Gateway user, please refer to the information below.
Use the System Information script to detect and update your browser plug-ins.
The following document covers the steps required to update your browser.
Select your browser from the list below and follow the instructions.
Updating Internet Explorer Updating Chrome Updating Firefox Updating Safari Updating Opera Microsoft updates Internet Explorer using its Windows update feature.
As long as you are regularly installing the latest Windows updates from Microsoft, you should have the latest version of Internet Explorer.
If you're running a very old version of Chrome, you may visit the official Chrome download page to get the newest version.
Mozilla Firefox should automatically download updates and prompt you when they are available to install.
To verify that your version of Firefox is the latest or to update manually, follow these steps: If you're running a very old version of Firefox, you may visit the official Firefox download page to get the latest version.
If you have Apple updates turned on, Safari should stay up to date automatically.
To verify that your version of Safari is the latest or update manually, follow these steps: If you're running a very old version of Safari, you may visit the official Safari download page to get the newest version.
Scenario: Sharepoint 2010 (Server or Foundation) is installed, and you also have installed one or more language packs. It doesn’t matter if the installation language isn’t activated as a possible display language for your site, your updated title will only show when you choose the installation language as Display Language. Title is updated, but this is not what is shown in the browser.