Dec 10, 2019

Check Your Java Version in the Windows Command Line

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#Type in the Command Prompt.  This is the Command Prompt command to check which version of Java you are using.  Type it in the Command Prompt window.[[Image:Check Your Java Version in the Windows Command Line Step 10.jpg|center]]
 
#Type in the Command Prompt.  This is the Command Prompt command to check which version of Java you are using.  Type it in the Command Prompt window.[[Image:Check Your Java Version in the Windows Command Line Step 10.jpg|center]]
 
#Press . This displays a readout of the current Java version that is installed on your computer in the Command Prompt.  Make sure you include a space after "java".[[Image:Check Your Java Version in the Windows Command Line Step 11.jpg|center]]
 
#Press . This displays a readout of the current Java version that is installed on your computer in the Command Prompt.  Make sure you include a space after "java".[[Image:Check Your Java Version in the Windows Command Line Step 11.jpg|center]]
#*If it doesn't display any information or there is an error while running the command, you might not have Java installed on your computer. To download Java, go to https://ift.tt/1dEjTDZ in a web browser and click  '''Free Java Download'''. After you [[Install-Java|install Java]], restart your computer.   
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#*If it doesn't display any information or there is an error while running the command, you might not have Java installed on your computer. To download Java, go to https://ift.tt/1dEjTDZ in a web browser and click  '''Free Java Download'''. After you install Java, restart your computer.   
#*If you have Java, make sure you have [[Update-Java|the latest version]] of Java.
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#*If you have Java, make sure you have the latest version of Java and find out if your system is running a 32-bit or 64-bit version.   
#*To determine if your system is running a 32-bit or 64-bit version, read [[Check-if-Your-PC-Is-Running-the-32-Bit-or-64-Bit-Version-of-Windows|"How to Check If Your PC is Running the 32-bit or 64-bit Version of Windows"]] to determine which version of Windows you are running.   
 
   
 
===Using Windows 7, Vista, and XP===
 
===Using Windows 7, Vista, and XP===
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#Type in the Command Prompt.  This is the Command Prompt command to check which version of Java you are using.  Type it in the Command Prompt window.[[Image:Check Your Java Version in the Windows Command Line Step 16.jpg|center]]
 
#Type in the Command Prompt.  This is the Command Prompt command to check which version of Java you are using.  Type it in the Command Prompt window.[[Image:Check Your Java Version in the Windows Command Line Step 16.jpg|center]]
 
#Press . This displays a readout of the current Java version that is installed on your computer in the Command Prompt.  Make sure you include a space after "java".[[Image:Check Your Java Version in the Windows Command Line Step 17.jpg|center]]
 
#Press . This displays a readout of the current Java version that is installed on your computer in the Command Prompt.  Make sure you include a space after "java".[[Image:Check Your Java Version in the Windows Command Line Step 17.jpg|center]]
#*If it doesn't display any information or there is an error while running the command, you might not have Java installed on your computer. To download Java, go to https://ift.tt/1dEjTDZ in a web browser and click '''Free Java Download'''.  After you [[Install-Java|install Java]], restart your computer.   
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#*If it doesn't display any information or there is an error while running the command, you might not have Java installed on your computer. To download Java, go to https://ift.tt/1dEjTDZ in a web browser and click '''Free Java Download'''.  After you install Java, restart your computer.   
#*If you have Java, make sure you have [[Update-Java|the latest version]] of Java.  
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#*If you have Java, make sure you have the latest version of Java.  
 
==References==
 
==References==
   


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