To get the most out of your visit to The National Institute for Cannabis Investors, it is possible that you may need to upgrade the web browser you’re using.
What’s a web browser? It’s a piece of software on your computer that lets you visit websites and use web applications. It’s important to have the latest version of your browser – newer browsers save you time, keep you safer, and let you do more online.
You may upgrade your web browser by visiting https://whatbrowser.org/ and selecting your browser version, and then – if you like – upgrading it if you find that your current version is older than the current or optimal version.
Why Do I Need to Upgrade My Web Browser?
At The National Institute for Cannabis Investors we take your experience of using our website very seriously, and we’re always looking for ways to improve that experience. Our team works constantly to keep the design updated, finding new ways to make the site load faster, enhancing security and privacy, and bringing in new features designed to help make the experience of using the site consistent across all your devices – desktop, mobile, and tablet.
Desktop computers, mobile phones, and tablets are always being updated, including the underlying software that you use to browse the Internet, send email, etc. This is to ensure that you can reliably use all the websites out there, but also to make sure that any new security patches are applied to your computer’s software to secure your Internet use.
From our side, the only way that we can ensure a consistent experience for you is to keep up with these standards as we develop The National Institute for Cannabis Investors. This means that we have to decide which versions of manufacturer’s software, web browser, and email programs to support.
Your Security Online
It’s worth mentioning that out-of-date web browsers pose potentially serious security risks – both for you, and for all users of the Internet. If you run a web browser that is out of date and contains security vulnerabilities, you risk having your computer compromised by criminals. Depending on the security exploit, your personal information (including emails, banking details, online sales, photos, and other sensitive information) could be stolen or destroyed. This is not a hypothetical occurrence – it happens regularly and in large volumes.
Your out-of-date web browser could also be used to send spam or viruses to your friends, family, or coworkers.