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How to run several versions of jre

Posted on 2011-03-11
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Is there a way to have jre installed and select the version I want to run before running a particular application?
There are ceirtain applications that do not run with the latest jre so I need to use another computer with the propper jre. It's annoying.
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Go to the control panel and look for the JAVA module. From the JAVA tab click View... and you can ADD/Remove and enable java libraries as needed. If you are missing the proper Java; uninstall all Java version, reboot and install them in the version order that you need.
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