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How to tell if Java installed


ponytail

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I have a new laptop which uses windows 7 home premium.I am not sure if Java is installed.How can I tell and where do I look.If it is not installed perhaps someone could send me a link to install it.

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northumbria61

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In Firefox browser under Tools - Plugins - should be listed. In Internet Explorer - Tools - Manage add-ons.

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northumbria61

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If NOT installed then click on Get Add-Ons under Tools

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Jock1e

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Probably it is already installed if so it should show in Control Panel or Add Remove.

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Jock1e

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You could also download it from here.

http://www.filehippo.com/downloadjre32/

If using that download make sure you don't download the ask toolbar as well remember to untick it.

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Jock1e

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lotvic

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Entry in: Control panel | Java. (this is where you configure the options, updates, etc)

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Sea Urchin

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This will tell you if you have Java installed and whether it is the latest version

Check Java

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