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Old 03.01.2020, 02:16
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Default @jiaz better to force JD to use system Java?

running JD with
Oracle Corporation - Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment - 1.8.0_25(64bit)
Usage: 1.14 GB - Allocated: 1.75 GB - Max: 10.67 GB
(-Xmx12g at JDownloader2.vmoptions file)


better to force JD to use system Java (latest version jre-8u231-windows-x64.exe) ?


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Old 03.01.2020, 03:51
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remove the jre directory within JD install path then JD will do that.
reason its provided is its portable (assuming you are on the same os), you don't need system wide java available or present.
downside is update is not maintained, as jre is provided by installer and not update system.
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