IntegrityChecker Java for Windows: How To Install Java
re: Why Use IntegrityChecker Java for Data Integrity?
IntegrityChecker Java runs on any platform that supports the Java language*—macOS and Unix, various NAS flavors based on Unix, Windows—just about everything.
This page discusses how to install Java on Windows, needed for IntegrityChecker Java to run.
Installing Java on Windows
First, test if java is installed by opening a command prompt and typing:
If not installed, or the version is older than version 17, then proceed with installation.
Strongly recommended is the Microsoft build of Open JDK. If not installed or an older version, it is best to get the latest build. As of April 2022, jdk-17.0.2+8.
There are other ways to install Java but direct download is easiest on Windows 10
Download, then unzip the download. Ccopy the JDK folder into C:\Program Files as shown.