Where is Java Control Panel Windows 10?
Find the Java Control Panel - Java 7 Update 40 (7u40) and later versions
- Launch the Windows Start menu.
- Click on Programs (All Apps on Windows 10)
- Find the Java program listing.
- Click Configure Java to launch the Java Control Panel.
Enable Java in the browser through the Java Control Panel
- In the Java Control Panel, click the Security tab.
- Select the option Enable Java content in the browser.
- Click Apply and then OK to confirm the changes.
- Restart the browser to enable the changes.
- From the Tools menu, select Internet Options.
- In Internet Options, click the Security tab.
- Click the globe labeled Internet, and then click Custom level.
- Scroll down to the "Scripting" section.
- Press OK and restart Internet Explorer.
- Internet Explorer
- Click Tools and then Internet Options.
- Select the Security tab, and select the Custom Level button.
- Scroll down to Scripting of Java applets.
- Make sure the Enable radio button is checked.
- Click OK to save your preference.
- Change Automatic Update Settings
- Find and launch the Java Control Panel.
- Click the Update tab to access the settings.
- To enable Java Update to automatically check for updates, select the Check for Updates Automatically check box. To disable Java Update, deselect the Check for Updates Automatically check box.
Instructions to launch from Application Cache Viewer
- Go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Double click on the Java icon.
- Click on the General tab.
- Click on the View button from the Temporary Internet Files section.
- Double click on the respective application from the list that you want to launch.
- The Java Network Launch Protocol (JNLP) enables an application to be launched on a client desktop by using resources that are hosted on a remote web server. Java Plug-in software and Java Web Start software are considered JNLP clients because they can launch remotely hosted applets and applications on a client desktop.
- A background process, java.exe includes the Java Runtime Environment as well as the Application Programming Interface that enables web browsers to run Java based plugins. If java.exe crashes or is disabled, your browsers will continue to work but any Java functions or applications online will fail to work.
- On your computer, open Chrome.
- At the top right, click More Settings.
- At the bottom, click Advanced.
- Under "Privacy and security," click Content settings.
- Turn on Allowed (recommended).
Updated: 6th December 2019