How to Install Sun Java Without Admin Privileges

Written by tara cantore
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The Oracle, formerly known as Sun, Java framework is used to run Java-based applications on your computer. The full Java installation requires administrative privileges to run and exists as a systemwide setting. Although this is the ideal installation form, it is not always possible to acquire administrative rights on the machine you wish to run a Java program or applet on. You can install Java with only a user-based permission scheme providing you use the limited-rights installation available from the website. This version of Java will only work on your user account but does not require additional permissions to install.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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    Visit the website in your preferred browser.

  2. 2

    Type "jPortable" in the Search bar at the upper right corner of the screen, then press "Enter."

  3. 3

    Select "jPortable" from the list of results, then click the "Download" button.

  4. 4

    Save the file to your hard drive, then double-click it to begin the set-up process.

  5. 5

    Select your preferred language from the drop-down list of available languages, then click "OK."

  6. 6

    Click "Next," then review the license terms. Place a check mark in the "I Accept..." box to accept the license terms. You cannot proceed until you accept these conditions.

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    Click "Install" to begin the installation of the Java framework. The program will be installed on your local user account only.

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