Easygrants System Requirements Information

I. Recommended Operating Systems and Browsers
 
While the Easygrants software will operate successfully across a wide range of browsers and operating systems, we officially support the following browsers. If you are experiencing technical difficulties, please contact Technical Support using the contact links at the bottom of each page of the system.
 
 
Supported Browser Versions
Internet Explorer v9 - v11
Chrome v40 - v45
Mozilla Firefox v30 - v40
Safari v5.1.7, v6- v8
Opera v25 - v31
 
You may download the latest version of Internet Explorer here.
 
II. Adobe PDF Reader Support
 
Please use Adobe Reader to view any PDF files generated by this system. You may download the latest version of Adobe Reader here.
 
III. Pop-Up Blockers Information
 
Some files in the Easygrants system launch and display in a secondary browser window. If your browser or a third-party software program that you have installed blocks pop-up windows, please follow that product's instructions for allowing pop-up windows from this domain.
 
IV. Cookies Information
 
This site uses cookies. You must have cookies enabled on your computer in order for all functionality on this site to work properly. This is the default setting for Internet Explorer. Please refer to your browser's Help for more information about enabling cookies.
 
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Cookies allow this site to do two things. First and most importantly, cookies help to maintain "state" while you are at the site. When you work at a computer on a network, your "state" is maintained by the constant physical connection to the network. When you work at a computer on the Web, you are essentially working in a disconnected mode. Cookies allow you to use more sophisticated interactive programs. Second, cookies measure and report aggregate information about site users, such as the number of people who view pages within the site. Cookies, by themselves, cannot be used to find out the identity of any user. Only information provided voluntarily is stored, but this information is not personally identifiable. All cookies that are created by this site automatically expire (i.e., are deleted) when you leave the Web site.