Friday, October 16, 2015

Can you install JDK on Windows 10?

Yes you can.
For java based program a compatible version of JDK is required. For example, in order to run SQL Developer Tool you need Java SDK8.

You can get it from here:

You choose the OS version, herein Windows x32bit. It does not say explicitly that it is for Windows 10. Sometimes I see extensive references to Windows XP and Windows Vista.

This JDK is installed on a Windows 10 on a 32bit Acer Laptop recetly upgraded from Windows 7(x32) Ultimate.
The downloaded file is: 

Double click to install.
Here are some screenshots of the installation:

JDK for different OSs here.

 Double click on  jdk-8u60-windows-i586.exe  starts the wizard.

You need to choose. All were selected.

 Choose if you want to change install directory. Here default was chosen.

 Installation progress.

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