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Chromebook Java

Wondering how to run Java on your Chromebook? Unfortunately Google has chosen not to support Java on the Chromebook at this time. However, should you need to use Java on an infrequent basis, the Chromebook can still be a good choice for you, thanks to an app available in the web store that allows you to run Java on a third party machine through your browser.


Follow the steps below to get started. 

Steps

  1. Open the Google Chrome Web Store
  2. Install the Cloud Internet Explorer App by Ericom
  3. Confirm the App Installation
  4. Launch Cloud Internet Explorer
  5. Use Internet Explorer from Within the Chrome Browser with the App to Run Java

Open the Google Chrome Web Store


Install  the Cloud Internet Explorer App by Ericom


Confirm the App Installation


Launch Cloud Internet Explorer


Use Internet Explorer from Within the Chrome Browser with the App to Run Java


1 comment (Add your own)

1. EricomGal wrote:
Glad you've enjoyed the app, Kevin! For those who require a secure connection or additional Windows or Java-based apps/functionality, Ericom AccessNow may prove a better solution. For a free 30-day trial of AccessNow, visit www.ericom.com/html5_rdp_client?url_id=708

Mon, March 2, 2015 @ 6:28 AM

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