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Last Updated: Aug 28, 2015     Views: 4

Any Unicode compliant computer (PCs running Windows Vista, XP, 2000 and NT4, and Macintosh computers from version 8.5 on) can be configured to use Hebrew, Arabic, Greek, Cyrillic, Persian and other character sets, including IPA and other diacritic schemas for romanization. You can use Unicode Hebrew in Internet Explorer, and Mozilla browsers such as Firefox. You can also search in Unicode Hebrew through such internet search engines as Google, Yahoo, as well as other sites, such as Wikipedia. To learn more on how to configure and use Hebrew on your computer, go to the Library's Judaica Collection resource page, and scroll down to section headed Hebrew Computing and Orthography.

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