Are you using an old browser? Change to a new browser.
A browser is the software on your computer or mobile device that lets you use the internet. Your browser has a symbol on your computer desktop or device screen. You probably click that symbol when you want to go online. Some browser names are Internet Explorer, Chrome, or Safari.
Why do I need an up-to-date browser?
If you are using a browser that is out-of-date, the RCO site and other sites may not work well. Here are some reasons to update your browser:
Using an outdated browser makes your computer unsafe. Newer browsers protect you better against viruses, scams, and other threats.
Enjoy new features: some of the RCO’s website features only work on newer browsers. Using an old browser means that you might be missing out on information, tools, and resources.
Newer browsers are faster than old ones. You will find using the internet much quicker.
Red White Native Kids Torch Bone If all of our site visitors use new browsers, our developers can build more useful tools to provide you with an even better experience!
Which browser should I use?
The Refugee Center Online recommends the latest versions of these browsers:
- Internet Explorer 11
- Microsoft Edge
Important: Your computer may be different from the browser on your mobile device.
How do I update my browser?
This page tells you how to update your browser.
Still have questions?
If you are still confused or cannot update your browser, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.