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Updating Google Chrome can break Java!
Posted by webmaster (moderator) 15 Apr 2015 12:02pm

Please do not update your Chrome browser - it will break Java!

If you have the newest version of Google's Chrome, we suggest switching to a different browser e.g. Internet Explorer or Firefox browser ( )

After Chrome's latest Apr 14, 2015 update, it will no longer run Java by default.

You can still enable Java in new Chrome, however, in the following way:

STEP 1. While in Chrome, go to the following URL in your browser:


STEP 2. on the very top of the page, you will need to select "Enable" for "NPAPI Mac, Windows"

STEP 3. Select "Relaunch Now" button on the bottom

STEP 4. You should be able to run Java. If Java still does not run on your system, you'll need to download and install Java from

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