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How to Install Java in Windows XPProfessional
Java is one of many third-party applications that enhance your experience onyour Microsoft Windows XP Professional operating system. Java, developed by SunMicrosystems, is a programming language and computerplatform that is the backbone behind many of the programs you use today,including games,businessapplications and utilities. Software developers choose the Java platformbecause it has been tried and proven to work the best. Java publishers focus onperformance, stability and security. It's easy to get the latest version ofJava and install it on your XP Professional system.
1. Manually download. Visit the Java site to download the Java application;ensure the version is Windows XP compatible. If you have a 64-bit Windowsoperating system, pay special attention to the download; most Windows usershave 32-bit by default. Save the file to a location that can easily berecalled. 2. Begin installation. Close anyopen Web browsers and applications. Click on the saved Java download file.Click "Run." Read any warnings and agreements. Acknowledgeconfirmations as you proceed, selecting "Next" until eventuallygetting to the "Install" button, and click that as well. 3. Read intermediateinstallation messages. As the main Java application installs, you may encounteradditional advertisements. Read, make decisions, and click the "Next"button to proceed. A "Progress" window will indicate "Status:Installing Java." 4. Verify installation. Afterinstallation is complete, the Java setup window will show "You havesuccessfully installed Java." Click the "Close" button and resumeusing your PC per usual.
5. For additional verification that Java was installed, refer back to theoriginal page from where the application was downloaded. Find the link"Verify Now." Click it to advance the page, and select the red"Verify Java version" button. Wait while the Web page verifies theversion.
TIPS and WARNINGS
After first-time Java installation, the application can be accessed from theWindows XP Professional "Control Panel" on the "StartMenu." After opening the app, click on the "Update" tab toretrieve the most recent version of Java.
It is important to keep Java on Windows XP Professional systems updated forsecurity reasons as vulnerabilities might exist in outdated versions.
Read more: How to Install Java in Windows XP Professional 'eHow.com
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Click on the start and go to Settings - Control Panel
Open the Regional and Language Options applet
On the Languages Tab check the "Install the file for complex script and right to left languages" checkbox to select it
Insert the Microsoft Windows XP CD when prompted and allow installation to complete
Restart the computer when prompted to do so
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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