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How to solve Java issues associated with webinars

Posted by Michelle Nikolayevsky on
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If you haven't tried the ReadyTalk Browser Plugin, you may be missing out.

The plugin removes the dependency on Java, making it quick and easy for the chairperson and co-presenters to start a webinar. And the best part? Up to 10 seconds faster than before!

Available for Mac (10.6+) and Windows (7+) operating systems, one 15 second download is all it takes.  This one time update will always stay up to date, and will populate all major browsers (Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer).

As a best practice, we recommend the chairperson to download the plugin prior to a webinar, as the update can be done at any time. Co-presenters will be prompted to install the plugin when they are being promoted, but we also encourage them to download the plugin beforehand.

For enterprise sized organizations, an IT administrator can install the plugin for all users with a silent install.

Don’t wait…get the download today!


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