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NYS Comptroller

Thomas P. DiNapoli

Minimum Browser Requirements

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Web pages and web-based applications hosted by the New York State and Local Retirement System (NYSLRS) have a minimum set of requirements to ensure our website provides the best experience for our visitors.

Supported Web Browsers

Note: While we support most Internet browsers for the majority of our content, some of our web-based applications only function properly in Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or later.

Note to Internet Explorer 7.0 users: If you have difficulty accessing an external website from a link we have provided, please refresh the page and try the link again.

JavaScript

You must enable JavaScript for your browser to work with our website. Most browsers come with JavaScript already enabled.

If JavaScript is disabled in your browser, you can enable it by changing your browser settings. To learn how, visit your web browser’s help center and search for “enable JavaScript.”

Cookies

Cookies are small text files stored in your browser. They help improve site performance for returning visitors, but they don’t contain personal information or compromise your privacy or security. Most browsers store cookies by default, so they’re already enabled for you.

Cookies must be enabled for our online services to work properly. To learn how to manage your cookies, visit your web browser’s help center.

See our Privacy and Links Policies for more information about the use of cookies on our website.

Adobe Flash Plug-in

We support Adobe Flash 10.0 or later. If you do not already have Adobe Flash, you can download a free copy directly from Adobe.

Adobe Reader

We support Adobe Reader 8.0 or later. If you do not already have Adobe Reader, you can download a free copy directly from Adobe.

Mobile Devices

While our site is compatible with most web browsers and should display properly on a variety of devices, at this time we do not specifically support mobile devices.

Video

Our video content is hosted on YouTube or is available as Flash Video. If you are having difficulty viewing a video, make sure your Adobe Flash Plug-in is updated or try viewing the video directly from the NYSLRS YouTube page.

Audio

All audio files are formatted as MP3 files and can be played in a variety of applications, such as iTunes or Windows Media Player.

Additional Information

Some web pages and web-based applications hosted by the Office of the State Comptroller require the web browser to support JavaScript and to accept session-based cookies. By default, the major web browsers are configured to handle this requirement.

Rev. 2/16