Java Versions for OSX

Posted on 2006-05-19
Last Modified: 2013-12-26
Hi All,

I can't find anywhere where this is concisely shown on the Internet.

What I want to know is, for each version of OSX, what JRE is pre-installed, and what is available as an update.

I am only interested in official Apple distributed JRE's.


Question by:Astroman
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    Hi Leon,

    The information is scattered around:

    1) Apple Java Release Notes -
    2) Apple Java FAQ -
    3) Chart of Software Updates for OS X 10.1 -
    4) Chart of Software Updates for OS X 10.2 -
    5) Chart of Software Updates for OS X 10.3 -

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