HCM: Browser/Hardware Requirements
The following browser/hardware requirements apply for HCM and TAM users (including UCB job applicants).
Human Capital Management (HCM) is a web-based system. An internet browser is used to access the system.
HCM (Workforce Administration and Talent Acquisition Manager/Candidate Gateway) has been tested on:
- PC: Internet Explorer 6, 7 & 8; Firefox 3, Chrome 7
- MAC: Firefox 3.0; Safari 3.1
Please try using another browser if you experience trouble.
Clearing Internet Temporary Files (aka Cache) for PCs and MACs
Firefox 2 (PC or Mac): From the Top menu, select Tools > Options, then click the Privacy tab. At the bottom section called Private Data. Clear the Clear Now button). In the Clear Private Data dialog box, check only the Cache box, and click on Clear Private Data Now. If necessary, click the browser's Reload Current Page button (or View > Reload in the menu, or Ctrl-R/Cmd-R, or F5).
Firefox 3 (PC or MAC): From the Top menu, select Tools > Options,3 Options dialogue box. Click on the ADVANCED icon and then click on the NETWORK tab. Click the CLEAR NOW button to delete the files currently stored in the cache. Click the OK button.
Google Chrome (PC): Click the Tools menu. (the wrench in the upper-right corner). Select Options. Click the Under the Hood tab. Click Clear browsing data. Check the boxes for the types of information you wish to delete, including "Empty the Cache." Click Clear Browsing Data when ready.
Internet Explorer 7 & 8 (PC): From the Top menu, select Tools, then Internet Options. On the General tab, in the Browsing History section, choose Delete. Then in the Temporary Internet Files section click Delete Files. If necessary, click the browser's Refresh button (or View > Refresh in the menus, or F5).
Internet Explorer 6 (PC): From the Top menu, select Tools, then Internet Options. On the General tab, in the Temporary Internet Files section, choose Delete Files. then click OK. (Some users may need to check Delete All Offline Content.) If necessary, click the browser's Refresh button (or View > Refresh in the menus, or F5).
Safari (Mac): In the Safari menu, select Empty Cache (Opt-Cmd-E) and click Empty. If necessary, click the Reload button (View > Reload Page in the menu, or Cmd-R).