Jarva 7 Update 55

  amyjen7 19:19 26 May 14

Hi I have just down loaded Jarva 7 update 55 since when my computer has become unstable. Crashing whilst on the internet. I run Vista Home premium and Norton Internet Security 2014. Do you think this is my problem and if so do I need Jarva and if not,would it be alright to delete it using Tuneup Untilities 2014. Thank you Keith

  The Kestrel 09:07 27 May 14

You can delete Java simply using the Windows uninstall feature in Control Panel- Programs & Features'

You could try deleting the latest update and go back to your previous version to see if stability returns to your PC. If not you can still update back to Java 7 55 and look for other reasons for the instability.

  isca2 10:59 27 May 14

Or you can just delete it and run without it and see how you go.

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