|Re: Can JDK 10 work for Eclipse running on Windows 10? [message #1799131 is a reply to message #1799124]
||Fri, 30 November 2018 09:25
| Patrick Moran
Registered: March 2018
Thanks. I'll have a look in the morning.|
I did manage to find a reference to Java files when I went into the part of Windows 10 that lets you delete applications, and there it had JDK 8, which I deleted. Then I set it to upload JDK 10, and a few minutes ago it was still downloading. Maybe I've got it this time.
The funny thing is that I did check out C:\Program Files\Java and the 32 bit versions in C:\Program Files (x86)\Java, and there was nothing there even though I managed to delete JDK 8 after seeing both those subdirectories empty. I guess information was cached somewhere and not refreshed when I deleted the files that were once in those locations (JDK 11 and JDK 8 if I remember correctly.
I may have a faulty computer. It is the most twitchy computer I've ever tried to use. Things seem to open at random. Hovering over the JDK 10 without intending to do so deleted the file that I had succeeded in downloading after some trouble, JDK 10, instead of the JDK 11 I was thinking of deleting.
Oddly, Microsoft activity is like a hippy commune and Macintosh activity is like a well-regimented military unit. How strange, just the opposite of what I would have expected. Just plain rigidity of design was originally the spiritual child of Bill Gates. "We know what is good for you, and you'll do it the way we've set out for you or be damned."
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