How to download & Install Java in Windows?

How to download & Install Java in Windows?

14 September 2023 0 By Anshul Pal

In today’s world, Java is one of the popular programming language. In this tutorial we will see how to download & Install Java in Windows. Java stands out as a highly popular computer programming language usable on various computer types. It earns its reputation for simplicity and versatility, as it operates on a wide range of systems. Many people have been using Java for a long time.

In this article, we’re going to show you how to get Java on your computer. We’ll explain all the steps. We’re doing this on a Windows 11 computer, but it’s pretty much the same on other types of computers too.

How to Install Java in Windows?

To download Java in your computer follow the given instructions

Step-1:  Type url in the browser and it will navigate to the official Oracle Java downloads page. Just Scroll down this page slowly & you will see the interface like this –

Java Install-1

Here you have to click on windows and after that you have to install x64 Installer.

Step-2: After downloading it. Go to your download folder or open this file from your browser downloads.

Java Install-2

Step-3: Now, we have to run the installer. Once Java installation wizard opens, click on the Next button. Again click on the Next button. if you want to install Java development kit in the default directory. If you want to customize it then click on click on change button & simply change the directory.

Java Install-3


Step-4: After Clicking on next button your installation process has start. Now, it will again ask for the installation directory for JRE(Java Runtime Environment). Again we can continue with the default directory or change it accordingly.

Step-5: Congratulations! The Java installation will be successfully completed.

To check this we will open our windows Terminal. Type Java –version to verify that java is successfully download or not.

Java Install-5

If you are facing any error like this “The term ‘Java’ is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again”. Then, I Suggest you to see the Click to read our article on How to Setup Environment Variables for JAVA in Windows 11?. Here you can see a quick guide.

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