|Java Development Kit (JDK) Installation Guide|
Feb 11, 2009
Version 0.9, Draft
About This Article
This article elaborates steps for installing and uninstalling of Java SE Development Kit(JDK)
This article is targeted for all novice users.
1. JDK Installation for Microsoft Windows:
Java SE Development Kit (JDK) is used for developing applications, applets and components using the Java programming language. JDK contains collection of runtime environment, development tools, additional libraries, sample applications, applets, and C header files to make up the Java Development Environment.
Minimum software and hardware requirements for installing JDK are:
-Microsoft Windows 2000 or Windows XP
-This installation requires Windows Installer 2.0
-562 MB hard disk space
-512 MB system RAM
Note: This installation has been tested with Microsoft Windows XP Professional Version 2002 Service Pack 3.
In order to install Java SE Development Kit (JDK), follow the steps mentioned below:
Download JDK Installer:
Download the installation file for your Windows platform from the link:
The downloaded file will be of the form jdk-<version>-windows-i586-p.exe where version can be 6u10.
The downloaded file might have a name similar to jdk-6u10-windows-i586-p.exe or other depending on the operating system.
Note: Here jdk-6u10-windows-i586-p.exe is used for illustrating JDK installation.
Run JDK Installer
Congratulations! On successful installation of JDK. Now, you can install Samsung SDK. Please refer for more tutorials in Getting Started section under Knowledge Base.
Uninstalling the JDK:
Caution: Following steps will uninstall the JDK.
Steps to uninstall the JDK:
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