Browser and driver recommendations
It’s important to use browsers and drivers that are compatible with Provar to eliminate the risk of incompatibility issues which can prevent Provar from working as expected. The following includes browser and driver recommendations for recent releases of Provar.
A note about ChromeDrivers
In general, Provar will automatically attempt to download the correct ChromeDriver if it detects a driver exception. If your organization’s security protocols block the automatic download, you can override the ChromeDriver manually. To learn how, you can refer to this support article that explains how to use a ChromeDriver that is different from the one provided by default in your Provar installation.
What are the browser and driver combinations that you recommend using Provar 2.4.1?
Provar version 2.4.1 is packaged with ChromeDriver 91.
What are the browser and driver combinations that you recommend using Provar 2.4.0?
Provar version 2.4.0 is packaged with ChromeDriver 90.
What are the browser and driver combinations that you recommend using Provar 2.3.1?
Provar version 2.3.1 is packaged with ChromeDriver 88.
What are the browser and driver combinations that you recommend using Provar 2.3.0?
Currently, Provar 2.3.0 and prior versions are not compatible with Chrome 89.
What are the browser and driver combinations that you recommend using Provar 2.2.1?
ChromeDriver options for 2.2.1
Provar version 2.2.1 is packaged with ChromeDriver v86.
What are the browser and driver combinations that you recommend using Provar 2.2.0?
ChromeDriver options for 2.2.0
Provar version 2.2.0 is packaged with ChromeDriver v85.
What are the browser and driver combinations that you recommend using Provar 2.1.1?
ChromeDriver options for 2.1.1
Provar version 2.1.1 is packaged with ChromeDriver v83.
What are the browser and driver combinations that you recommend using Provar 2.1.0?
ChromeDriver options for 2.1.0
With the release of Provar version 2.1.0, you have two options for downloading files based on your ChromeDriver preferences.
Provar provides the following default ChromeDrivers in the following installer files.
- Provar 188.8.131.52 is packaged with ChromeDriver v80
- Provar 184.108.40.206 is packaged with Chrome Driver v83
- General information
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