What browser I need to be able to run java ?

APlotdevice

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JavaScript van be enabled in safari....Java is somehting different ?
Yes, Java and JavaScript are two completely different things.

The story goes that Netscape decided to rename their "LiveScript" as part of a co-marketing deal with Sun Microsystems (the company that developed Java)
 
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saberahul

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I've heard some apps like skyfire help in this case. I never believed it so never bothered to try it out. Plus I do not need... hmm... come to think about it thats flash not java. Oh well. Ignore. Why am I still typing?
 

Menneisyys2

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There are many browser which supports java, mozilla firefox, chroma and many more
... on the desktop and (in this regard) more advanced mobile OS'es like Windows Mobile.

On iOS, all you can do is use a remote desktop to access Java applets.
 
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