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14 Sep 08 Chrome Hack - How to Run Java and Java Applets in Chrome!

How to Run Java and Java Applets in Chrome!

How to Run Java and Java Applets in Chrome!

A lot of game sites such as Yahoo Games and others may use Java and Java applets to run their games/applications.

Although the Google Chrome comes with a super-fast Javascript engine, Javascript is an entirely different platform than Java.  Therefore, you need to install a beta version of Java Runtime Engine (JRE).

FYI, this is also great new for Java developers like myself, knowing that there IS support for Java on the Chrome.

Now, you can play your Texas Hold’em in Yahoo Games all day long with Chrome.

Download beta JRE for Windows

Download beta JRE Page

By default the Java runtime only supports Internet Explorer and Firefox, in order to support Google Chrome (Google Chrome is based on Webkit which powers the Safari Browser) you will need to download the beta version of Java Runtime, which is compatible with Webkit and should support Java applets in Google Chrome.

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