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chromeGoogle Chrome is a brand new browser and, despite the fact that it is fast, nice, simple to use and…shiny, it is not well supported yet. There is not a lot of software available for it, no plugin has been developed yet, and big companies have just started looking at it. A good example of Chrome’s young age is the fact that it doesn’t support Java or java applets. OK, I know what you are thinking about: Google Chrome comes with a Javascript engine. Yes, that’s true, but this Javascript is not the Java platform we are accustomed to use when we play with those nice Java games. Luckily for us there is a nice Java platform to use along with our Chrome. Here are the link to download it. Once you have installed Java on your computer, don’t forget to turn Chrome off and restart it in order to visualize java applets on the browser.

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3 Comments to “How to run Java in Google Chrome”

  1. aidan Says:

    I have downloaded the link as it says on every website in which shows the exact same way to allow chrome to run Java Apps but whenever I close chrome and restart it, Java Games (such as runescape) still to not work unfortunately. Any ideas what i am doing wrong?

  2. aidan Says:

    nevermind i got it to work thank a lot 😀

  3. Web Talk Says:

    Hey! It would be nice to know how you managed to make it work! :)

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