On Thu, 7 May 2009 17:59:43 +0000 (UTC), thanatoid
>98 Guy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in news:4A02E35B.B8289103@guy.com:
>> In any case, you are advised to use the Java 5 version for
>> win-98 systems. The last update for Java 5 is update 18.
>> Sun forces you to fill out a web-form before it presents
>> you with a link to the JRE 5-up-18 download. You can
>> bypass that garbage by following this link:
>> Or to obtain the file jre-1_5_0_18-windows-i586-p.exe, this
>> direct link:
>Just curious, is there any valid reason for installing this
>except liking to live dangerously? Every time I read about a new
>Opera release in years past, it was suggested that the Java-less
>version was the one to go with. (Now they don't even /offer/ a
I've had this computer (Win 98 SE) since August 2001 and have never
had any major problems with it nor have I ever installed anything that
wasn't absolutely necessary. Now the time has come to install this
Java theng or my work will be extremely limited. As far as I know it's
extremely necessary that I install this theng or I'm out of my job.
Other than this necessity, I agree with you 100%, thanatoid.
Thanks so much for the response and advice.
>I have never run across anything on the internet which said "you
>don't have Java installed, we can't do this or that". Nor have I
>run across any software which has told me that.