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How to download JDK for Windows 7 and install java

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Shawn demonstrates how to download and install the Java JDK and JRE as well as how to change the path variable in the environmental variables.

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46 thoughts on “How to download JDK for Windows 7 and install java

  1. I installed Java SE in C drive, and saved my programme in D drive, set the path. when i run programme, it says "javac is not internal or external command". Can you tell me how to fix it

  2. Glad you got it working, Sorry I missunderstood. The JDK is in a way used to make java files. You use the JDK along side a editor. You can use notepad and compile all the files in the command prompt. I personally wouldn't do it this way. I use a IDE (intergrated development environment) There are plenty of them out there , I use Eclipse , it's the easiest to use and catches the most syntax errors. Check out my other video on how to download and install eclipse.

  3. I'm sorry, I got it working. I had no Idea what the JDK was, all I knew was that I needed it. I thought that the JDK was a program for making java files, and compiling them. It's fine now, I figured it out.

  4. What are you trying to "start up"? Java? I don't understand what you are trying to start. I went to the environmental variables to set the path for Java, most often than not you have to set the path in order for Java to work correctly.

  5. I don't have sound on my computer, and I did exactly what you did, and I don't know how to start it up. Also why did you go to the environmental variables? Please respond.

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