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update java plugin -without wading thru page after page of unwanted info

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Same problem as many others trying to update java plugin. No update button. Ended up following Oracle suggestion for ALL users of java 7, and now have 350+mb of Oracle programs on my computer. Do not believe this is the plugin anymore. - Do I need java SE Development Kit 7 Update 67 (64 bit) and java 7 Update 67 (64 bit)? - If not, can I just uninstall them and still retain the java plugin? - If yes, is the plugin now updated or must I try to update it again? - If I must update again, is there a site that just offers an update and has download button? - Do I need java - plugin, development kit, whatever - on my computer?

Same problem as many others trying to update java plugin. No update button. Ended up following Oracle suggestion for ALL users of java 7, and now have 350+mb of Oracle programs on my computer. Do not believe this is the plugin anymore. - Do I need java SE Development Kit 7 Update 67 (64 bit) and java 7 Update 67 (64 bit)? - If not, can I just uninstall them and still retain the java plugin? - If yes, is the plugin now updated or must I try to update it again? - If I must update again, is there a site that just offers an update and has download button? - Do I need java - plugin, development kit, whatever - on my computer?

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Hi jaspyongtaek, I check Java here: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/plugincheck/ with the plugin check page. -no and yes -I have not tried this -updates are provided by java.com -You may need these for sites that require the plugin. Not until you encounter this.