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  1. Posts : 14,586
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       #51

    All good thank you Cliff

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  2. Posts : 22,741
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       #52

    Thanks @Cliff S I just got the JDK version..
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  3. Posts : 26,355
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       #53

    BunnyJ said:
    Thanks @Cliff S I just got the JDK version..
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  4. Posts : 120
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
       #54

    Changing the option to suppress offers just hides them, or disables them? Do they install with out user input or are they blocked?

    Also, I seem to have the previous one still on my hdd...


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    Going here just says I have the latest installed.

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    Edit: Now it says it found the older version. The only thing that I did was enable the suppression option. Do I let it uninstall it? Or can I use CCleaner to remove it?


    And are these the default settings?

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  5. Posts : 26,355
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       #55

    Suppressing offers, disables them.

    You only need update JAVA through it's own updater(if it hasn't already informed you there is an update), no need to go to the site to download anything.
    The version checker , is not that great a tool. First of all, you need to have JAVA's addons turned on when you run it, second , it always say's you have an old version(on the initial popup), until you run the tool.
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  6. Posts : 120
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
       #56

    Cliff S said:
    Suppressing offers, disables them.

    You only need update JAVA through it's own updater(if it hasn't already informed you there is an update), no need to go to the site to download anything.
    The version checker , is not that great a tool. First of all, you need to have JAVA's addons turned on when you run it, second , it always say's you have an old version(on the initial popup), until you run the tool.
    Used CCleaner to remove old version. So, those images in my previous post show the default settings right?
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  7. Posts : 26,355
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       #57

    You do not need to remove the old version yourself usually, the installer does it for you.
    Here is my Reliability History, it shows that Update 77 was removed:
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    The settings in your screenshot are exactly the same as mine are:)
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  8. Posts : 120
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
       #58

    Cliff S said:
    You do not need to remove the old version yourself usually, the installer does it for you.
    Here is my Reliability History, it shows that Update 77 was removed:
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    The settings in your screenshot are exactly the same as mine are:)
    I had both the previous version and current version installed. Not sure why it wasn't removed upon updating. So I just uninstalled it.
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  9. Posts : 26,355
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       #59

    possom2009 said:
    I had both the previous version and current version installed. Not sure why it wasn't removed upon updating. So I just uninstalled it.
    If it didn't automatically uninstall, that was a good idea then(Computer Safety 1st):)
    Personally I don't use JAVA in my browser, I have it for some things in LibreOffice.
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  10. Posts : 120
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
       #60

    Cliff S said:
    If it didn't automatically uninstall, that was a good idea then(Computer Safety 1st):)
    Personally I don't use JAVA in my browser, I have it for some things in LibreOffice.
    I only need it for JDownloader and some editing programs.
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