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I would like to use Java without needing a bachelor in computer knowledge

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I would like to use Java without needing a bachelor in computer knowledge. It is blocked! (Windows 10) Is this posible?

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You have the 64bit Firefox. The 64 bit version of Firefox has never supported java applets, and Firefox version 52ESR (20 versions ago) was the last release to support this technology. It is below the security baseline, and no longer supported by Oracle.

See Why do Java, Silverlight, Adobe Acrobat and other plugins no longer work?

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You have the 64bit Firefox. The 64 bit version of Firefox has never supported java applets, and Firefox version 52ESR (20 versions ago) was the last release to support this technology. It is below the security baseline, and no longer supported by Oracle.

See Why do Java, Silverlight, Adobe Acrobat and other plugins no longer work?

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Thanks a lot

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Websites will have to use a JNLP (Java Web Start) file if they want to use Java in current browsers.

Make sure you do not confuse JavaScript and Java, JavaScript is builtin. Your System Details list shows extensions like "JavaScript Toggle On and Off" and NoScript that can block JavaScript.