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Unfortunately, many users chose the latter option, leaving their computers susceptible to a myriad of threats.Worse yet, people stubbornly continue to use Microsoft XP, despite the security risks.The accepted and highly upvoted solution is NOT the real solution.
» Download the Windows Offline installer If you are still prompted to update Java after installing the latest version, try restarting your browser.
Note: If you are still prompted to update, try restarting your system.
Some systems need a restart to register the newly installed Java plugin.
If you’re one of the people who is still stubbornly holding onto Windows XP (which stopped receiving support and security updates as of April 8, 2014), it’s time to let go. In both scenarios, you’re putting your personal online security at risk any time you browse the internet.
Likewise, if you’re using an outdated version of your preferred internet browser, it’s time to update. Without current web browser support and critical security updates from Microsoft, your PC may become vulnerable to any number of harmful viruses, spyware, and other malicious software which can steal or damage your identity, personal finances, and information.