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JRE 6 Update 12

 

This release provides a new Java Plug-in that combines features of applet and Java Web Start technologies, a new Direct3D pipeline for Microsoft platforms, an updated documentation bundle.

http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads/index.jsp

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Thanks YoKenny.

 

You are all over updates and security issues ;) Doesn't look like this update is needed at this point unless you are looking for peformance improvements with graphics, etc. It states on the website that update 11 is still secure:

 

Bug Fixes

 

This feature release does not contain any new fixes for security vulnerabilities to its previous release, Java SE 6 Update 11. Users who have Java SE 6 Update 11 have the latest security fixes and do not need to upgrade to this release to be current on security fixes.

 

Keith

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I hear ya. It's good to know information definitely. My job makes me cringe sometimes. You go to user's desks and they have the last 5 updates of Java still installed on their computer, haven't had Windows Updates done in a year, and A/V definitions are 30-60 days old. I just want to scream sometimes! :P

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I hit Filehippo and Calendar Of Updates every day.
The cute Filehippo's mouse checks for me every reboot and I like to see its eyes pop open when it is actually checking:

http://www.filehippo.com/updatechecker

 

It has the "Pulse of the Web" :lol:

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I never get too excited, i like the way i have my system set up, and i keep all private data separate on an external drive. Anytime I have had a problem, I find it quicker to simply reformat, reinstall, and back up fresh and new!

 

But it is nice that someone is looking out and posting these updates. :)

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The cute Filehippo's mouse checks for me every reboot and I like to see its eyes pop open when it is actually checking:

http://www.filehippo.com/updatechecker

 

It has the "Pulse of the Web" :lol:

 

I'm a new member and trying to get some help. I also have filehippo updatechecker but it doesn't start every time I boot up. How do I get it to do that? Right now I'm having a problem with extremely slow startup so I won't have it start until I can get fixes for my problem but would like it for future use. Thanks

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I hear ya. It's good to know information definitely. My job makes me cringe sometimes. You go to user's desks and they have the last 5 updates of Java still installed on their computer, haven't had Windows Updates done in a year, and A/V definitions are 30-60 days old. I just want to scream sometimes! :P

 

Newbie here...have done both of those things but what are A/V definitions? I'm having problems with an extremely slow boot up and shut down and trying to get my computer in good running condition w/o paying $$$ to a tech. Re your post: I've been screaming a lot lately!

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How about posting your system specifications?

 

What is the operating system and Service Pack level?

 

What is the CPU type and speed and how much RAM does the system have?

 

A/V definitions are the anti virus definitions so what anti virus application are you running?

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