Internet Skills Self-Assessment Check if you have these Internet skills: Access the World Wide Web using a browser such as Firefox, Safari, or Chrome. Download and install browser plug-ins for common software applications such as Adobe Acrobat Reader, Windows Media Player, and Real Player. Manage routine browser issues and settings (clear browser history and cache, manage pop-ups, and manage mixed content, including secure and non-secure items, and accept embedded multimedia content). View a specific site by entering a URL (Internet address) i.e., http://commons.suny.edu/cote/ Use the “Bookmark” or “Favorites” feature of your browser to create, access, maintain, and manage a list of web pages. Use an Internet search engine such as http://google.com to find specific information on the web. Copy bookmark/favorite/URL/hyperlink to a word processor. Open, save, and upload Adobe Acrobat files (PDF files), word processed files, and images in various formats.