Release Date: May 20, 2001.
The Java(TM) Platform Runtime Environment (JRE(TM)), excluding the JavaFX(TM) runtime, is intended for software developers and vendors to redistribute with their applications. To run your application, a user needs the Java SE Runtime Environment.
Platform portability is one of its major advantages and thanks to this, almost every piece of electronic equipment in the world uses Java technologies. Billions of PCs, mobile phones, printers, medical devices, car navigation systems or webcams make us of it.
Java enables developers to create software on one platform and provide it to users running other platforms. Thus, an application developed on Windows can successfully run on Mac or Linux and vice versa. Java Runtime Environment allows the execution of almost any software, from games to web applications and services.
While Java sits patiently on the computer, it instantly acts when called upon. And that happens more often than you may think of. Whether you play online games or chat with your friends, Java is running in the background making sure you have an enjoyable experience.
Oracle's platform also features a Control Panel that allows the configuration of network and temporary Internet file settings or security certificates.
You can also manage the settings of the JRE and access more advanced functions such as Debugging, Java console, Default Java for Browsers, Java Plug-in, JavaFX runtime, JRE Auto-Download or Security.
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