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Keep Safe, Install the Latest Java Updates

Computer safety is essential if you want to concentrate on running your business and keeping bad guys out of your computer. To that end I started up Quicken this morning to update my business records and then received an update for Java, so I accepted the prompt and kept my computer upgraded to the latest release. Here’s what the process looked like on a Windows 7 computer:

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So they call this Java 6, Update 39 – not really a catchy phrase but hey, these are software engineers.

Next, we get a welcome dialog for politeness:

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Then on the prompt to install Ask to my browser, I always choose to Unselect because I don’t want my browser toolbar cluttered:

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We find out how many devices actually use Java, like Carl Sagan used to say, “Billions and Billions…”:

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Finally, in less than a minute we have our latest Java release updated, and I can continue on with my Quicken.

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