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Published 14 November 2018

Installing JRE(JDK) on Windows

Introduction

Introduction

For the correct operation of CREDITS software, in particular Wallet Desktop and Executor, it is necessary to have the following installed on the user's computer:

JRE 8 (the minimum virtual machine implementation required to run Java applications without a compiler and other development tools. Consists of a virtual machine) or

JDK 8 (free Java applications developer kit, distributed by Oracle Corporation (earlier Sun Microsystems) that includes Java compiler (javac), standard Java class libraries) version 1.8.

Note: When installing CREDITS software, it checks the presence of JRE on the user's computer, in case of absence the user is offered to download and install JRE.

This article shows how to install these products on a computer with Windows 10 operating system.

Installing JRE

Installing JRE

First, you need to go to the Download page

Since it is assumed that the user has Windows 10 x64, we will accept the terms of the license agreement download JRE for Windows 64 by the following link:

http://download.oracle.com/otn-pub/java/jdk/8u191-b12/2787e4a523244c269598db4e85c51e0c/jre-8u191-windows-x64.exe

After download we launch jre-8u191-windows-x64.exe, administrator rights required.

This is followed by the standard installation procedure.

Installing JDK

Installing JDK

First, you need to go to the Download page

The following figure shows a fragment of the download page:

Since it is assumed that the user has Windows 10 x64, we will download JDK for Windows 64:

Accept the terms of the license Agreement:

and download:

http://download.oracle.com/otn-pub/java/jdk/8u191-b12/2787e4a523244c269598db4e85c51e0c/jdk-8u191-windows-x64.exe

After downloading run jdk-8u191-windows-x64.exe, you will need administrator rights, then follow the standard installation steps.

Verifying the installation

Verifying the installation

We run "Command Prompt" to verify the installation

and type “java --version” command:

The output of the command will display the installed version of JRE.

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