University Standard
Computer Software Configuration

The following list of software is purchased and supported by Information Technology (IT) on University computers. IT's goal is to create a stable and reliable computing environment for all University users to meet teaching and administrative needs. Adding new software solutions and upgrading existing software is dependent on compatibility with Operating Systems (OS), Applications and Reporting solutions and the following list of standard software currently installed on University computers.

If a need exists to deviate from the list of standard software, please submit the approval form to IT prior to purchasing software with University department funds. All requests will be reviewed for compatibility with current software installations as well as identify the level of University IT support available for the requested software.  

 

Standard Software


 

Endpoint Antivirus

ESET Endpoint Antivirus is an antivirus software package. More information.

Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 64-Bit (Version SP3)

Microsoft Office is an office suite of desktop applications. More information.

University Applications and Reporting Solutions

Computer configuration support for University Applications and Reporting solutions. More information.

Java

Java

Software critical to successfully running computer applications and websites. More information.

Adobe Flash

Adobe Flash Player

Adobe Flash Player is the standard for delivering high-impact, rich Web content. More information.

Adobe Reader

Adobe Acrobat Reader DC

Adobe Reader (Version 2015) software is the free trusted standard for reliably viewing, printing and annotating PDF documents. More information.

Adobe Shockwave

Adobe Shockwave is a multimedia platform used to add animation and interactivity to web pages. More information.

CutePDF

CutePDF

CutePDF is a proprietary Portable Document Format (PDF) converter/editor for Microsoft Windows. More information.

Mozilla Firefox

Mozilla Firefox

The free, non-profit browser for desktop and mobile. More information.

Google Chrome

Google Chrome is freeware browser developed by Google.   More information.

Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer (Version 11) is a commercial browser developed by Microsoft. More information.

Microsoft Silverlight

Microsoft Silverlight

Microsoft Silverlight is an application framework for writing and running rich Internet applications, with features and purposes similar to those of Adobe Flash. More information.

7-Zip

7-Zip

7-Zip is an open source file archiver, or an application used to compress files. More information.

SQL Developer

SQL Developer

SQL Developer is a graphical version of SQL*Plus, written in Java, that supports development in SQL and PL/SQL. More information.

 

For more information contact the Technology Help Desk by email at helpdesk@kettering.edu or by phone at (810) 237-8324.