Java update, Windows XP
Thread poster: Sp and Fr to En

Sp and Fr to En  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 09:45
Member (2005)
French to English
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Sep 10, 2007

When I switch my computer on I get a message saying that a Java update is available, and asking me if I want to download it (in fact my computer was bought in France and the message is in French). So far I have been ignoring it, I don't want to infect the computer with anything nasty, and my attitude has been "if it aint broke, don't fix it". So far I have not had any major problems with my computer. Am I doing the right thing by ignoring these messages?

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Xiangdong Zhuo
China
Local time: 17:45
English to Chinese
That is all right Sep 11, 2007

Take on what you really need and let others go away.

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esperantisto  Identity Verified
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Basically yes, Sep 11, 2007

"if it aint broke, don't fix it". But check your Java version. If it's old good 1.4, I'd strongly recommend upgrading to current 1.6, as ift offers performance improvement and better font rendering (at least).

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