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Re: Java Updates??

On 9/19/2018 1:14 PM, rebro wrote:
Am 19.09.2018 um 18:54 schrieb Peter:
On 9/19/2018 12:20 PM, rebro wrote:
Am 19.09.2018 um 14:53 schrieb Peter:

It's really old, but I find that javara is still functional
and useful on my Win10 system. See: https://singularlabs.com/software/javara/

Unfortunately, in my case (win10 x64 bit) JavaRa is not
operational any longer. – Cleaning logs and temporary files
created by JRE – Performing a clean uninstall of JRE are the
features I especially miss. Does anybody know if Iobit
Uninstaller is comparably effective?

I've been running javara in win10 64 bit every since I upgraded to
win 10 from win 7.  Initially, I should have mentioned that it
needs to run in win 10 using the compatibility mode for win 7.

Doesn't it matter to you that JavaRa is no longer supported? "JavaRa
is no longer receiving updates. Please see the ‘Retiring JavaRa‘ post
for more information." (<https://singularlabs.com/software/javara/>)

When I open javara and "update definitions", the program responds with "javara updated". Then, when I check installed versions, it correctly displays both my currently installed version and all earlier versions that were not auto-uninstalled (as they should have been). I believe singular labs's failure to support the program refers just to that - the program. So they won't be developing a win10 version. OK. Doesn't necessarily refer to whether the unsupported version continues to function properly. As of now, at least on my win10 64 bit PC, using a compatibility mode, it does.

Clearly, your search for an uninstaller shows that more recent versions fail to fully uninstall their predecessor versions so a convenient tool to check currently installed versions and uninstall obsolete versions is useful. Yes there are other ways to uninstall older, installed versions. The free version of revo uninstaller, iobit uninstaller, and of course, the Programs and Features GUI within windows itself.
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