TowandaOnline web site utilizes a number of downloadable files and forms, primarily in Adobe® PDF format. However, the site does have some downloadable files that are not in Adobe PDF format. For your convenience we have provided you with the web sites to get the Readers and Viewers for common file types used on this site. *Note- if you are a Windows user and already have Micorosoft Office® installed on your computer you should not need to install the Microsoft® viewers.
Windows® Media Player® gives you more music and more choices, and for the first time makes it possible to sync high-quality music, video, and photos to the latest portable devices.
The Real Audio® Real Player® achieves crystal-clear audio and video;
Enables you to play every major media format; shop for tracks in the integrated music store; transfer music to 100+ secure portable devices.
The QuickTime® Player® not only delivers startling quality, but it’s easier to use than ever. It requires no set up for content that streams over the network. Instead, QuickTime Player automatically determines your system’s connection speed and chooses the highest quality stream for the amount of bandwidth you have available.
Macromedia® Flash Player® allows you to deliver high-fidelity content consistently regardless of OS and client hardware specifications. Macromedia provides development resources that will help you improve user experience and deliver content seamlessly.
Over 390 million Web users have installed Macromedia® Shockwave Player®. These people now have access to some of the best the Web has to offer - including dazzling 3D games and entertainment, interactive product demonstrations, and online learning applications. Shockwave Player displays Web content that has been created by Macromedia Director.
WinZip Classic® for their most sophisticated compression needs. In addition to basic zipping and unzipping, features include tight integration with Windows Explorer, support for most Internet file formats, advanced AES encryption, and much more.
Last Updated Nov. 29, 2006