What are the system requirements for my device to operate within Global Classroom?
Recommended HTML5 Compliant Browsers
The following browsers have been tested to support the Global Classroom platform. Minor visual differences may occur depending on the specific technologies supported by each browser, although functionality should be unaffected. Click any of the links below to upgrade to the latest version for your operating system:
Internet Explorer users of older versions (6,7,8) should install the Chrome Frame plugin for full HTML5 support.
Are you stuck on an older version of Internet Explorer because of company policy? Not to fear, Global Classroom supports Google's Chrome Frame plugin to offer a first-class experience to users of all versions of Internet Explorer. Just click below to install Chrome Frame and enjoy full HTML5 support! (No special permissions are needed for installation.)
A special no-installation version of Firefox is also available for Windows users who prefer Firefox instead of Chrome for HTML5 compatibility:
Recommended Browser Settings
Recommended Browser Plugins
The growing use of HTML5 technology is increasingly eliminating the need to install 3rd party plugins in order to access content on our platform, although legacy content may still use older technologies such as Flash. For the best results, we recommend installing the following plugins on your PC:
Minimum System Requirements
The Global Classroom platform is built on the open standards of the Internet and requires a modern HTML5 compliant browser in order to operate. Here are the recommended minimum requirements, although the platform will still function with less.
HTML5 Capable Web Browser (seeRecommended Browsers)
1Mbps Internet Connection
Internet Explorer users must use version 8 or above, and are strongly recommended toinstall this plugin from Google for full HTML5 support.
Recommended System Specifications
Recommended HTML5 Web Browser
1GHz Dual-core CPU (for smooth video)
3Mbps Wired Internet Connection
- (Wireless Internet may lead to a sporadic media experience depending on your local conditions)