- Adobe Acrobat Reader (Mac/Win)
Used to view and print PDF files (Portable Document Format), a universal file format that preserves the fonts, formatting, colors, and graphics of the original document.
- Flash Player (Win - Internet Explorer)
Flash Player (Win - Netscape)
Flash Player (Mac - OSX)
Flash Player (Mac - Power PC)
Used to view multimedia buttons, interactive animations, flying logos, and graphics created in Macromedia Flash.
- QuickTime (Mac/Win)
Apple's video technology allows you to play high-quality video directly on your computer.
- RealPlayer (Mac/Win)
Used to play streaming audio and video on networks and the Internet.
- Shockwave Player (Win - Internet Explorer)
Shockwave Player (Win - Netscape)
Shockwave Player (Mac)
Used to view dynamic and fully interactive animation, audio, and multimedia content created in both Macromedia Director and Flash (includes Flash Player).
- Windows Media Player (Win)
Windows Media Player (Mac)
Microsoft's audio and video player integrates other media features, such as a CD player and Internet radio.