Your ADP service is certified and tested on the following browsers and operating systems:

·  Microsoft® Internet Explorer® *

  Version 11 on Microsoft Windows® 7 SP1 (32 and 64 bits), Microsoft Windows® 8.1, and Microsoft Windows® 10.
* To print checks on blank check stock, you must have Internet Explorer and enable Microsoft ActiveX® to print checks on blank check stock using the On-Site Printing feature or the Manual Checks feature.

·  Microsoft® Edge® **
** The Edge browser does not support ActiveX controls. On-Site Printing (OSP) and manual check printing functionality will not work with the Edge browser. Windows 10 includes IE 11, which can be used for OSP and manual check printing.

·  Mozilla® Firefox® ***

    Version 52 and higher on Microsoft Windows® 7 SP1 (32 and 64 bits), Microsoft Windows® 8.0 (32 and 64 bits), Microsoft Windows® 8.1, Microsoft Windows® 10, Apple® Mac OS® El Capitan, and Apple® Mac OS® Sierra.
*** v52 extended support release version (auto-update available)

·  Apple® Safari®

  Version 9.x on Apple® Mac OS® El Capitan

  Version 10.0 on Apple® Mac OS® Sierra

·  Google Chrome™ ****

  Version 60.0 and higher on Microsoft Windows® 7 SP1 (32 and 64 bits), Microsoft Windows® 8.0 (32 and 64 bits), Microsoft Windows® 8.1, Microsoft Windows® 10, Apple® Mac OS® El Capitan, and Apple® Mac OS® Sierra.
**** For ADP Workforce Now Enhanced Time & Attendance (formerly known as Enterprise eTIME) clients, Chrome is not a supported browser.

Touch screens are not supported or certified by ADP.

For ADP Workforce Now Enhanced Time & Attendance® (formerly known as Enterprise eTIME) clients, Chrome is a supported browser for Enhanced Time v8.0 only. For Legacy versions of Enhanced Time v7.0 and lower, Chrome is not a supported browser. Please contact your Enhanced Time support team if you have questions or need assistance with version verification.

For the best possible user experience, ADP recommends a minimum screen resolution of 1280 x 800. Screen resolutions smaller than this will still work, but will require horizontal scrolling in some cases.

Updated: October 16, 2017