Internet Software

Internet Software

The Internet can be a great tool and resource for your business. However, to take advantage of all the features available via our Web site and around the Internet, you'll need the right software. Get the latest versions of the most popular Web browsers, FTP clients, and E-mail applications by starting with our Internet Software list.

Windows

  • Download and view PDF (Portable Document Format) files with Adobe Acrobat Reader. Also comes with a plug-in for your Web browser that allows you to view Acrobat documents on the Web.

  • This Windows FTP client features a drag-and-drop interface, bookmarking, and a host of other features. The latest version has improved support and help files, and has been fixed to make it smaller and faster.

  • The award-winning Web browser is better than ever. Faster, safer, and easy to use, Firefox delivers a better Web experience. It also offers certain features, such as tabbed browsing, that are not available in Internet Explorer.

  • Firefox is a free, open source web browser available from Mozilla®. It features tab browsing, spell-checking, pop-up blocking, session restore and RSS support, as well as phishing protection and support for add-ons for extended functionality.

  • Internet Explorer is the default web browser for Windows, and is the most popular browser in the world. The most recent versions of Internet Explorer come bundled with Outlook Express, Microsoft's powerful e-mail client.

  • Java software from Sun Microsystems® allows you to automatically and seamlessly run applications called "applets" within your web browser. Applets are used in many ways by websites to enhance your online experience. They allow you to do everything from play online games and communicate with people around the world, to view images in 3D and calculate mortgage payments.

  • Opera is a free web browser and e-mail manager that offers many advanced features. It provides tab browsing, advanced security, individual site viewing preferences, a streamlined download manager, full support for style sheets and the ability to use add-ons to extend its capabilities.

  • Outlook Express is the easy way to send e-mail and participate in Internet newsgroups. Even if you've never sent e-mail before, Outlook Express makes it simple by including a setup wizard to help you get started. If you're switching from another e-mail program, the import function lets you transfer your address book and messages quickly and easily.

  • A Windows FTP client designed with the new FTP user in mind. A free version is available for educational and noncommercial use.

Mac OS X

  • Download and view PDF (Portable Document Format) files with Adobe Acrobat Reader. Also comes with a plug-in for your Web browser that allows you to view Acrobat documents on the Web.

  • Fetch is an easy-to-use, full-featured FTP client for the Apple Macintosh.

  • Firefox is a free, open source web browser available from Mozilla. It features page tabs, spell-checking, pop-up blocking, session restore and RSS support as well as phishing protection and support for add-ons for extended functionality.

  • Internet Explorer is a free, award-winning Web browser. Explorer makes it easy to view and find information on the Internet. Enjoy Internet Scrapbook, the Auction Manager, and many other Mac-first features.

  • Java software from Sun Microsystems® allows you to automatically and seamlessly run applications called "applets" within your web browser. Applets are used in many ways by websites to enhance your online experience. They allow you to do everything from play online games and communicate with people around the world, to view images in 3D and calculate mortgage payments.

  • Opera is a free web browser and e-mail manager that offers many advanced features. It provides tab browsing, advanced security, individual site viewing preferences, a streamlined download manager, full support for style sheets and the ability to use add-ons to extend its capabilities.

  • Outlook Express is a free, award-winning e-mail program that makes it easy to send and receive e-mail messages, manage contact information, and participate in newsgroups.

  • Safari is Apple's very own browser. Safari's performance and speed is among the best of any web browser, and comes with advanced features such as tabbed browsing, Google integration, and a bookmarks manager. Safari will only run on Mac OS X.

  • Thunderbird is a free, full-featured e-mail manager from Mozilla. It supports IMAP and POP mail protocols, as well as HTML mail formatting. It spell-checks as you type, and provides a global inbox with advanced spam filtering and attachment handling.

  • Transmit is a very simple and easy-to-use FTP client based on the Mac OS. The latest version of Transmit, which requires Mac OS X, is closely integrated with the new OS to provide even better performance.

Linux

  • Many documents available online now come in PDF format. Acrobat Reader for Linux is a free program from Adobe that will allow you to download and view them with ease.

  • Firefox is a free, open source web browser available from Mozilla. It features page tabs, spell-checking, pop-up blocking, session restore and RSS support as well as phishing protection and support for add-ons for extended functionality.

  • Java software from Sun Microsystems® allows you to automatically and seamlessly run applications called "applets" within your web browser. Applets are used in many ways by websites to enhance your online experience. They allow you to do everything from play online games and communicate with people around the world, to view images in 3D and calculate mortgage payments.

  • Opera is a free web browser and e-mail manager that offers many advanced features. It provides tab browsing, advanced security, individual site viewing preferences, a streamlined download manager, full support for style sheets and the ability to use add-ons to extend its capabilities.

  • Thunderbird is a free, full-featured e-mail manager from Mozilla. It supports IMAP and POP mail protocols, as well as HTML mail formatting. It spell-checks as you type, and provides a global inbox with advanced spam filtering and attachment handling.