JavaRa will check if your computer has the latest version of Java Runtime Environment (JRE). If the version you have installed has been superseded by a newer version the program will download and install this newer version for you, by running Java's update program. It then allows you to remove all possible older versions of this program. This will ensure that the security of your computer is enhanced and extra space on your hard disk is created.
Reviewing 2.1 (Feb 3, 2013)
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Reviewing 2.1 (Jan 16, 2013)
The problem with this program is that those who are security conscious are removing altogether Java because it's an ongoing liability - It's good in that you can keep up with the latest exploit fix but you are better off without java on your PC if you can live without it - Java remains on only one of my PC's for the odd time I need it.
Reviewing 2.0 Beta 3 (Apr 23, 2012)
Cool, fully removed non existing old Java installation in seconds! No other helps better.
Reviewing 2.0 Beta 3 (Apr 22, 2012)
Long time user, works great and doesn't need to be "dumbed down" for the people without two brain cells.
Reviewing 2.0 Beta 2 (Mar 14, 2012)
Very confusing interface. You go to click on remove old versions and it tells you that its going to remove the newest version as well. There are three ways to check on which version you have with no recommendations as to which to use. Even online help is confusing. In the end I seem to have wound up with just the newest version but I can't help but think that I made a few wrong turns on the way to getting there. They need to simplify. Get New and Get Rid Of Old. Those should be the only buttons and they should only do what the name implies they will do.
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