Update your browser
It is recommended that you always have the latest browser on your devices to increase your security online and help protect you from fraud.
Updating your browser regularly means that when you access websites you’ll always be able to take advantage of:
- Up-to-date browser security features – Stay safe online and have peace of mind that you’re being protected by the latest security features.
- A better online experience – Websites will look better and perform faster, and you’ll be able to use the latest features and tools they have to offer.
Update your browser by clicking through on the links below and following the instructions.
Safari (Apple devices only)
Edge (Windows 10 only)
If you choose not to upgrade your browser, there will be parts of our sites that you won’t be able to use. For example, our Internet Banking service isn’t supported in Internet Explorer 6 and 7. You will also find it harder to use some calculators and tools.
Trust your device
If you regularly use the same computer, laptop, mobile, tablet or mobile to log on, then we may ask if you trust your device.
If you trust your device it makes logging on faster, as next time you log on we’ll know it’s you and not someone else.
You should only trust computers, laptops, tablets and mobile browsers that are privately used by you.
You shouldn’t trust a device if you share it with someone you don’t know, or if you’re on a public network.
If you’ve trusted your device, but have cleared your browser data, for example you’ve cleared your cookies, cache or browser history. Or, you’re using a new browser you will be prompted to trust your device again.