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Make Java Work on Google Chrome

by Chrome Blog on September 3, 2008

Please see this video tutorial on making Java work on your Google Chrome Web Browser. It contains concise step by step instructions right from downloading Java from sun.com to having it running on Chrome.

The direct page to Download Java is:

http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/ea.jsp

Video courtesy of Techworxs:

http://www.youtube.com/techworxs

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1 Baker 09.04.08 at 12:07 pm

Thanks for taking the time to make this video.
Please revise it, edit the small mistakes, and maybe give it a title: “Downloading Java…”

2 Javier Mena 09.04.08 at 12:15 pm

This video is unavailable

3 Dale Williams 09.04.08 at 2:31 pm

Thanks for this video. One more step in helping make chrome even more fun. Well done, a great step by step guide :-)

4 Techworxs 09.04.08 at 4:21 pm

Hi, Im the maker of this Video, I ask if you can please subscribe to techworxs.

Any questions, just contact me on my Email or just visit our Youtube, Thanks.

5 sultan 09.04.08 at 5:11 pm

hi …well done very good job.i really love it.i cant find out how to download some vids by using realplayer on chrome

6 Neil 09.04.08 at 8:22 pm

Umm, the video is no good if it’s blocked by corporate policy. How about some simple text for us visually challenged (read behind a corporate proxy) folk?

7 maitreyee 09.04.08 at 11:53 pm

what is this? its not clear enough. where is the link on the right? do it again dude! yes you, the one who is the” first one to make this kind of video”… :(

8 picek 09.05.08 at 11:30 am

no link on the right??????and the link on java site is not active anymore!!!!
Lets go back and remove Chrome

9 Techworxs 09.05.08 at 5:37 pm

http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/ea.jsp

This was Posted on Youtube, Not on the Website!

REPOST THIS TO HELP EVERYONE =)

10 Rakkoan 09.05.08 at 10:24 pm

Hey, I do respect you trying to help people out, (it helped me) but please try not to ask for subscribers, etc.

11 bid slam 09.06.08 at 1:29 am

funny thing is i got here in a chrome browser and the video wont play

12 Ron 09.06.08 at 10:04 am

if you have java installed locally on your machine you could save the time of going thru the video by opening any website that makes heavy usage of java.
if you haven’t installed java yet then the video will guide you through installation and verification.
thanks for the effort and good explanation of installing and verify the installation.

13 keepitsimpleengineer 09.06.08 at 5:08 pm

My installation failed. To make it work, I had to uninstall all previous version of java JRE

14 robert 09.07.08 at 1:41 am

video worse than useless: impossible to follow Robert

15 Homer 09.07.08 at 10:54 am

Here is the actual link, to download. It’s at the Sun Developer site and I guess it’s a Beta but it works. After installing close and re-open Chrome.

http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/ea/6u10/6u10rcDownload.jsp#6u10JREs

Homer

16 Emerson Cargnin 09.07.08 at 8:46 pm

where is it??

17 Emerson Cargnin 09.07.08 at 8:58 pm

It would be great if Chrome had autocompletion of fields, like the one of Google’s toolbar in firefox…

18 Daniel Bonner 09.08.08 at 5:53 am

Here are more details about how Java 6u10 RC fails to work with the Citrix Javaclient Applet:

Error with Java 6u10 and Citrix:
Error: The connection failed: Please make sure the destination server [;40;STAD967776ECB8B;F82DCFF295EA3939EDBA7F8A3A1AC699] is listening on port [1494] and try again.

I access my work desktop by going to https://access.act.gov.au. I enter my username, password and pass code (provided by a USB stick with a digital display). The site runs the applet javaclient which boots up a view of my work desktop. This works perfectly fine with FIrefox 2, 3 and Internet Explorer 6, 7, as long as java re 6u7 is installed. As soon as I install java re 6u10 RC, the javaclient app crashes and I don’t get to see my work desktop. When I uninstall this version and go back to 6u7, it works fine on Firefox and Internet Explorer. Either way, Google chrome does not work: for 6u7 it says: no plug-in installed for 6u10 the applet crashes just like on the other browsers.

Install 6u10 Go to https://access.act.gov.au or (probably) any other Citrix dependent site. Login The applet crashes.

Uninstall 6u10 and everything works fine again.

19 Miguel Garz 09.10.08 at 1:16 pm

Hi people.
I would like a step by-step guide. Actually I believe that if I’m migrating from other browsers, the Java installation should be one button. I already have a JVM in my machine and don’t want to download other. Also I don’t have access to video here. So I need something write. I believe that other persons face the same problem.

20 Chrome Blog 09.11.08 at 2:01 am

Miguel – A step by step guide? OK

Download This: JRE 6 Update 10 from Java.sun.com

Run It, Then Close and Reopen Chrome.

Pretty simple really, if you have any problems with those instructions please let me know.

21 Craig 10.07.08 at 8:48 am

Hi
I tried installing JDK 6 Update 10 from Sun. This includes a JRE but I could not get Chrome working with Java (Webstart to be precise)

22 Gill r 11.28.08 at 11:12 am

guys…stop fretting, all u have to do is go to add/remove program in ur control panel and uninstall the old version of java, restart ur browser and voila!!! no need to thank me..i’m just spreading the news

23 Chris 04.16.09 at 9:01 am

The java jre 6 update 13 dosen’t seem to work with chrome eaven after a re-install of both chrome and java.

24 wildcatherder 05.23.09 at 12:19 pm

Since the video has been taken down, could we please unlink this page from Plug-Ins.
1. Not a plug-in
2. No video

25 m 01.13.10 at 6:41 am

is very good

26 Twitch 06.15.10 at 5:12 pm

Are you folk nuts, the youtube video goes to some dark blue
highschool(?) dance.

I’m not going to log on to some site to search for a pluin

I’ll just useo Opera who first came up with: “the path-breaking features of Google Chrome Browser is the Thumbnail History of the most visited sites”

27 swissmiss 10.24.10 at 11:26 am

Ironic, you’d use a video tutorial to help with chrome / java….. because i need help with it but the lack of the plugin working prevents me from seeing the effing video.

28 Gman 12.28.10 at 11:38 pm

Hey thanks alot

29 Sergani 05.20.11 at 11:17 am

Techworxs… you’re such an ass hole :S
All you want is for people to visit your youtube channel and subscribe, how broke is that? How cheap is that?

You miserable loser….

30 chastity 12.09.11 at 9:35 am

http://java.com/en/download/help/enable_browser.xml is where i figured out how to get java to work for me on chrome

31 tc 09.11.12 at 8:24 am

couldnt view video, java crashed.

32 twitter 10.17.14 at 8:19 am

Hi just wanted to give you a brief heads up and let you
know a few of the images aren’t loading correctly.

I’m not sure why but I think its a linking issue.

I’ve tried it in two different browsers and both show the same results.

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