Java Runtime Environment 7

Posted: February 2, 2013 in Articles
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JavaJava Runtime Environment allows you to run applications (applets) that are written in Java, in your browser.

Play online games, chat online chat rooms and use the other useful features of Java-applets on different websites

Developer: ORACLE
License: Freeware
Version: Update 13 (
Updated: 01/02/2013
System: 8/7 / Vista / XP 32 | 64-bit
Interface: English
Size: 30.1 MB / 31.5 MB (x64)

Java Runtime Environment (JRE) provides the libraries, the Java Virtual Machine, and other components to run applets and applications written in the Java programming language.

Additionally JRE includes two key deployment technologies: Java Plug-in, which enables applets to run in popular browsers, and Java Web Start, which allows you to deploy standalone applications on the network.

Here are the official download links for Java Runtime Environment for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows operating systems and applications.

What’s new in this version: Version 7 Update 13 fixes 50 vulnerabilities, 26 of which have been assigned the highest level of risk (CVSS Score 10.0), implying the possibility of going beyond an isolated virtual machine environment and the initiation of the code in the system when processing specially decorated content.

To date, the Java platform has attracted over 9,000,000 software developers. It is used in all major segments of the industry, as well as a wide range of devices, computers and networks.

Versatility, efficiency, platform portability, and security of the Java technology makes the technology ideal for network computing. From laptops to data centers, from gaming consoles to supercomputers used for scientific research, from cell phones to the Internet.

Java technology-based work-top boxes, printers, web cams, games, car navigation systems, terminals for the lottery, medical devices, machine to pay for parking, and more.

Oracle Java SE Critical Patch Update Advisory – February 2013

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