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Is Java necessary?


tmr

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Having recently received an email from norton suggesting that following recent Java virus attacks it advised to ensure latest version of Java was installed. On checking I found that I do not have Java installed. I have Windows7 & IE9 operating system and have never had any problem accessing the internet. Is it actually neccessary to have Java Installed?

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Woolwell

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tmr

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Thanks for your reply I didn't see this thread when I searched earlier.

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Ian in Northampton

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This is kinda interesting...

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muddypaws

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I have uninstalled as a result of this thread. Thanks. Used Revo as with the built in uninstall there are 800 items left on PC.

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