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Why does it tell me Java is not compatible with chrome...I never had this problem until today

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It gives you the message because java might not be installed on your pc....
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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.

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