Setting Class Path for Java

Setting Class Path for Java

In this tutorial we are study how we can set the java JDK class path.

Java is an open source software, it is is freely available on http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html.
Download the latest version of JDK on your machine. Install JDK on your machine, if you are installing in windows the select the directory in which you want to install them. once you have installed it on your machine you would need to set environment variable to point to correct installation directory.

Setting Java Path for Windows

Step 1.

Right click on my computer and select properties

Step 2.

Go to the Advance system setting tab

Step 3.

Click on Environment Variables

Step 4.

Click on new tab of user variables

Step 5.

Write ‘path’ in variable name

Step 6.

Copy the path of bin folder

Step 7.

Paste path of bin folder in variable value.

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