Overview

Our customers use a variety of browsers to run our software. However, we only support certain browsers to ensure Limble adheres to the latest security practices and standards.

Using a supported browser and keeping it up-to-date with the latest version will help Limble run at its best so you can focus on the work that matters.

In this article, learn which browsers are compatible with Limble and best practices to make the most of Limble on desktop.

Table of Contents

Supported Browsers

Unsupported Browsers

Updating Your Preferred Browser to the Most Current Version

Supported Browsers

Limble supports some of the most commonly used browsers. Browsers not included in our recommended list may still work, but we can only guarantee support for the following:

  • Chrome: Latest major version

  • Edge: Latest 2 major versions

  • Firefox: Latest major version or an extended support release (ESR)

  • Safari: Latest 2 major versions

We recommend running the latest version of your preferred browser for the best experience. You can see which is the latest version of your browser by visiting Browser-Update.org.

Unsupported Browsers

Limble does not support the following browsers:

  • Internet Explorer

  • The legacy version of Microsoft Edge (identified by a blue "E" icon)

We strongly recommend switching to a browser that supports modern web standards if you are using either of those browsers.

Updating Your Preferred Browser to the Most Current Version

For the best experience, we recommend running the latest version of your preferred browser.

You can see which is the latest version of your browser by visiting Browser-Update.org.

We'll show you how to update our recommended browsers.

Google Chrome:

Click on the 3 vertical dots in the top right corner of your browser. In the drop-down menu, select Help > About Google Chrome. The version number will appear in the pop-up tab, along with a notice if a newer version is available.

Microsoft Edge (Chromium)

Click on the 3 horizontal dots in the top right corner of your browser. In the drop-down menu, select Help and Feedback > About Microsoft Edge. The version number will appear in the pop-up tab.

Safari

Click on Safari > About Safari. The version number will appear in the pop-up window.

Firefox

On the menu bar, click the Firefox menu and select About Firefox. The About Firefox window will appear. The version number is listed underneath the Firefox name.

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Still don’t see what you’re looking for? Check out our YouTube channel for more tips and tricks! You can also reach out to us anytime at support@limblecmms.com.

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