Developer Tools Compilers Java SE Development Kit (JDK)

Java SE Development Kit (JDK) 10 Early Access Build 27 for Multiple Platforms

by Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Avg. Rating 4.3 (199 votes)

File Details

File Size 330.4 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Linux, Mac, Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 82,295
Publisher Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Homepage Java SE Development Kit (JDK)

Publisher's Description

Java SE Development Kit (JDK) offers the 'feature complete' version of Sun's next major release of the Java SE platform. Sun has endeavored to foster the highest level of transparency and collaboration on the platform with the Java community.

Latest Reviews

buildersworld

buildersworld reviewed v8 Build b49 Preview on Aug 2, 2012

in 10 years we may doing something really different also, let's see what happen this one...btw working fine

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v8 Build b40 Preview Release on May 29, 2012

Mark my words in less than 10 years they will ban Java and make it illegal.

Stoerpser

Stoerpser reviewed v7 Build b69 on Aug 21, 2009

I believe that the link is wrong.
Look at here
http://www.java.net/down...ws-i586-20_aug_2009.exe
or here:
http://download.java.net/jdk7/binaries/

shtraue

shtraue reviewed v7 Build b24 on Dec 7, 2007

@ Winkler

AND ???

Winkler

Winkler reviewed v7 Build b24 on Dec 6, 2007

53,2 MB ???

Stoerpser

Stoerpser reviewed v7 Build b23 on Nov 1, 2007

I think that the download-link is broken.
Please try this link:
http://download.java.net/jdk7/binaries/

ElectricEye

ElectricEye reviewed v7 Build b21 on Sep 28, 2007

Hey tontino, i think that every companies should be just be banned from coding in java!

tontito

tontito reviewed v7 Build b19 on Sep 1, 2007

Just a small note:

The programs run faster or slower depending in how good it was coded, same applies for other languages.
What i have seen with java is that there are lots of bad coders giving java a bad reputation.
This also applies for big companies codding.
Some people/companies should be just be banned from coding in java!

Kind regards

guti

guti reviewed v7 Build b19 on Sep 1, 2007

OpenOffice is mostly written in C++. Only minor parts (such as database support) is coded in Java.

utomo

utomo reviewed v7 Build b17 on Aug 3, 2007

Su need to make Java slimmer, and did not eat too much resources.
including applications which build using Java.
Such as OpenOffice.org which many people complains that it is Slow.

Avg. Rating 4.3 (199 votes)
Your Rating
buildersworld

buildersworld reviewed v8 Build b49 Preview on Aug 2, 2012

in 10 years we may doing something really different also, let's see what happen this one...btw working fine

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v8 Build b40 Preview Release on May 29, 2012

Mark my words in less than 10 years they will ban Java and make it illegal.

Stoerpser

Stoerpser reviewed v7 Build b69 on Aug 21, 2009

I believe that the link is wrong.
Look at here
http://www.java.net/down...ws-i586-20_aug_2009.exe
or here:
http://download.java.net/jdk7/binaries/

shtraue

shtraue reviewed v7 Build b24 on Dec 7, 2007

@ Winkler

AND ???

Winkler

Winkler reviewed v7 Build b24 on Dec 6, 2007

53,2 MB ???

Stoerpser

Stoerpser reviewed v7 Build b23 on Nov 1, 2007

I think that the download-link is broken.
Please try this link:
http://download.java.net/jdk7/binaries/

ElectricEye

ElectricEye reviewed v7 Build b21 on Sep 28, 2007

Hey tontino, i think that every companies should be just be banned from coding in java!

tontito

tontito reviewed v7 Build b19 on Sep 1, 2007

Just a small note:

The programs run faster or slower depending in how good it was coded, same applies for other languages.
What i have seen with java is that there are lots of bad coders giving java a bad reputation.
This also applies for big companies codding.
Some people/companies should be just be banned from coding in java!

Kind regards

guti

guti reviewed v7 Build b19 on Sep 1, 2007

OpenOffice is mostly written in C++. Only minor parts (such as database support) is coded in Java.

utomo

utomo reviewed v7 Build b17 on Aug 3, 2007

Su need to make Java slimmer, and did not eat too much resources.
including applications which build using Java.
Such as OpenOffice.org which many people complains that it is Slow.

Buggle

Buggle reviewed v7 Build b17 on Aug 3, 2007

I am wondering, is this also usable for end-users? As the java 6 runtime? I think the description here on betanews is a bit lacking in clearity...

Sharp_Rulez

Sharp_Rulez reviewed v7 Build b17 on Aug 2, 2007

I think the way the Title has been written is misleading:

It is "Java SE Development Kit (JDK) 7 build b17 for Windows" and not a Java Se Development Kit (JDK) for "Windows 7 b17" (as we may notice the next vesion of windows is called "Windows 7").

Tene

Tene reviewed v7 Build b04 on Dec 26, 2006

utomo, it's _far_ from entering beta.

utomo

utomo reviewed v7 Build b04 on Dec 25, 2006

Yes, Java become better now.
Unfortunatelly the version number change are too fast, just after the version 6 released not long time ago. we already get the version 7 beta.

Even the www.OpenOffice.org which developed by sun and the community still not use version 6 yet, they already offer the version 7 beta.
I think better if they keep the version number same first, maybe such as 6.1 or something like that. (with the compatibility of course)
If not the programmer will not use new version, because they did not want to much changes in short time, in their developed software.
just my 2c

brusco

brusco reviewed v7 Build b04 on Dec 25, 2006

Far from being a dead language, Java is enjoying a rebirth. It is soon to GPL'd (or equiv license) so will only become more popular. i am a c# developer but Java can run in places that .Net can't live. We use Java in these cases (which seems to happen more and more often). Java 7 needs polish but is a solid performer. the build once, run anywhere paradigm is absolute gold for developers. Role on the final version!

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