Below you will find information that you need to configure your computer to enable you to use VirtualEvals. Depending on how your computer is currently configured, you may not have to make any changes to use VirtualEvals as either a sender or a receiver.
Display (Monitor) Settings
In order to view the full information for an applicant on one screen, VirtualEvals is designed to fill the screen area of your monitor. To do that, you may need to change the screen resolution setting for your monitor to at least 1024 X 768 pixels.
VirtualEvals works on both Mac, Linux, and PC platforms.
VE is quite flexible with regard to the browsers you use to access the Internet; however, we recommend that for best performance you choose the most recent version of one of the preferred browsers.
For PC: Chrome, and Firefox are preferred. Internet Explorer may be used however one of the other two are highly recommended to ensure the best possible experience.
For Mac: Chrome, Safari, or Firefox are preferred.
PopUps and Downloading: VirtualEvals uses pop up windows to present information to users. Thus you need to make sure that your browser is configured to allow pop ups from the VirtualEvals site.
Cookies: You should also take care to set your browser to enable cookies.
Adobe Acrobat Standard or Professional Many of you will use a scanner to create PDF’s. Some scanners have built in software. For some you will have to purchase software separately, such as Adobe Acrobat Standard or Professional. Adobe Acrobat Standard can often be purchased with an educational discount for ~$100. This is not be be confused with the Adobe Reader which is a free download from the Adobe web site (see below).
There are several readers for PDFs but most people will use the free reader from Adobe Acrobat. If you use Adobe Acrobat Reader for downloading PDFs, you should download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. See http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html.