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Plugin Check Keep your Plugins up to date
In addition to Firefox, the page now works with Safari 4, Chrome 4, Opera 10.5, and partially with Internet Explorer. Just visit the Plug-In Check page and it automatically checks your plug-ins' statuses and lists whether it's up to date, out of date, or indeterminate. If an update is available, just click the Update button next to your out-of-date plug-in to fix the problem.
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