Java Platform SE
If you are looking for Java Platform SE, you have come to the right place. We explain what Java Platform SE is and point you to the official download.
What is Java Platform SE?
Java Platform SE, which stands for Standard Edition, is a program that lets users develop and organize different Java applications on computer desktops, servers and embedded environments. This kind of computer program is originally developed by Sun Microsystems but has already merged with Oracle Corporation so the location to download is available at Oracle’s website. It is easy and fast to install it but offers additional features and specs. New and improved features are developed for more satisfaction to users of computers in managing a variety of web applications and programs that require Java.
Java Platform SE has user friendly interface, reliable performance, versatility and security which are all ingredients required for applications. With all these, it is easy to use any programs that require Java applications for convenient operation and overall performance. Among the included Java applications compatible with the functions of Java Platform SE are Java SE 7u7, JavaFX, JDK 7 (Java Development Kit) and JavaFX, and Java SE 6 Update 35. JavaFX 2.2 is a new version that is bundled with JDK on computers of the following operating systems: Windows, Mac, and Linux (x86 or x64).
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File types supported by Java Platform SE
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About file types supported by Java Platform SE
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Last updated: : October 2, 2012