As an independent student, it is important to find a mode that works best for you, and in accordance with the tests you will be taking so that you can do your GRE examination well. The following settings and options are recommended for a realistic test experience:
Chrome: Recommended in full screen mode, with 100% zoom. Firefox and Google Chrome also supported, as well as Internet Explorer for Macs. This mode is not recommended for users who will be reading in Microsoft Word 2020. For those who read in Word 2020, this mode is ideal. The toolbar, windows, tabs and add-ons all function in this mode.
Firefox OS: Firefox OS is a mobile web browser developed by Mozilla. It runs on the Android operating system. It is not compatible with Microsoft Windows, and so does not have a toolbar, window or add-ons. It is more of an “emulator” of a typical web browser, where the user sees what the web browser would look like if it were running in a web browser environment.
Firefox OS is very similar to Firefox, but has been modified to work on touch screens. In this mode, there is no toolbar, window or add-ons. Instead, there are two navigation buttons in the top-right corner, a menu and a history bar that are available. The only function of these buttons is to navigate the web pages.
Chromium: Chromium is an open source project developed by Google. As its name implies, it uses the Chromium engine to perform all of its operations. This mode is best for users who wish to take a more thorough look at their GRE test because it allows you to open many tabs, change the browser window size, select a background image, and change the tab style in real-time.
Firefox Browser: Users should use this mode with Firefox versions that are compatible with the current version of the operating system. The browser is available in the standard “Add-Ons”Extensions” modes. It is not compatible with Firefox OS.
SEO friendly mode: Users who will be working with this mode may want to consider using the Open Source SEO (Organic) browser instead. It is recommended that the user selects a free browser to help them stay on the latest technology. This way, the user can easily check on their work without having to spend money for purchasing or downloading a new browser for their exam. A good choice is Google Chrome.
Users can select the Google Chrome as their browser by choosing the “Web Browsers” menu and then choosing the “Chrome” option. Once in the Web Browsers, click on “Tools,” then on “Browser.” Click “Advanced” and then “Settings,” then click the “Appearance” button.
Advanced settings allow users to adjust the settings of the browser such as the font, the theme, the color scheme, the font size and the size of the status bar. The background of the navigation bar is also adjusted. There is also a button on the toolbar that allows you to close the browser if it’s open. Another button enables you to browse in “Private Browsing Mode.” When in Private Browsing Mode, you will not be able to see other users browsing your work.
Once you’re done using the browser, click on “Tools,” then on “Search Engine Optimization.” Click on the “Add-on Manager” link and then click on “Add-ons.” Click “Search Engines.”
Click on the browser you want to add and then click on the “Add-on Manager” button and then select the search engines in the browser to load the browser. After loading, click “Settings” and click the tab at the top that says “About Search Engines.” After entering the details about your browser, click “OK.”