To have the best experience with G Suite on your computer, use a supported, up-to-date browser. You’ll have access to the latest features. And you’ll get improved security and performance.
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Supports all G Suite features and functionality.
For customers entitled to support, Google also provides one-to-one support for Chrome core functionality (under the G Suite agreement).
Works well with G Suite but does not support:
We support the latest version of Google Chrome. Normally, Chrome updates automatically when a new version becomes available. If you don't have the latest version, you can update Chrome yourself. For details, see Update Google Chrome.
We support the current and the previous release of Firefox®, Safari®, and Microsoft® browsers (Microsoft Edge™ and Internet Explorer® 11). Each time a new browser version is released, we begin supporting that version and stop supporting the third most recent version.
Note: Enhanced Protected Mode is not supported on Internet Explorer 11.
Tip: If your organization depends on an older version of Internet Explorer, consider a dual browser strategy.
Required browser settings
Using a virtual browser
Browsers on virtual environments, such as Citrix® and VMware®, might not support all G Suite functionality. For the best experience, use a supported browser on your local computer.
Using an unsupported browser
If you use G Suite on an older or unsupported browser, some features might not work, or an application might not open. For example, on an unsupported browser:
- You may be able to view, but not update, your calendars.
- You may be redirected to the basic Gmail interface.
- Drawings and presentations in Docs editors may not display properly.
Using G Suite on mobile
For the best experience on your mobile device, use the native apps built for Android and iOS® devices. To learn about supported versions of mobile apps, see G Suite mobile apps update policy.