February 19, 2016 at 1:42 am #11501MikeGuest
I downloaded JavaRa because it claimed to be able to “completely remove old and redundant versions of JRE”. However, that has not been my experience. I ran JavaRa version 2.6 on my Windows 7 64bit OS and the results were not as expected.
1.) I ran the Update JavaRa Definitions
2.) I ran the Perform Removal Routine
Although it said it removed a few items, it doesn’t say what. So I checked to see if the old JRE were removed. Although none were listed as “Installed” in the control panel other than the current version JRE1.8.0_74 I still had the following remaining and untouched:
Can someone tell me if I did something wrong or if I misunderstand what JavaRa is actually suppose to do?
Thanks in advance,
MikeFebruary 19, 2016 at 1:49 am #11502Shane GowlandKeymaster
Those directories are from relatively newer versions of the JRE, and subsequently won’t be removed by JavaRa which stopped receiving updates in December 2014.February 19, 2016 at 1:58 am #11503MikeGuest
It figures! Any way to manually update the DEF file?February 19, 2016 at 10:20 am #11506Shane GowlandKeymaster
You can manually open the JavaRa.def file in a text editor and, following the format presented there, add new entries to the file. Just make sure you don’t accidentally update over the top of it.
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