Java download

  • rdbranson

    rdbranson - 2008-01-01

    I just installed Freemind.
    Then realized that I needed Java (not sure what version.)
    Then spent time looking for information and a link to get the needed software installed.
    Time spent so far is at least 20 minutes searching for info that should be accessible in less than 5 seconds.
    Because I work very hard on multiple tasks involving dozens of different software packages I cannot afford to spend time on unproductive activities like searching for things that should be accessible.
    So far this week I have spend many hours (10hrs+) looking for fixes, etc.
    Do you have any idea what frustration and anger is provoked? (Kaczynski where are you?)

    Please add a little info (like a download link) for the Java that will take less than 5 minutes to create and will save thousands of hours.

    Thank you,

    RD Branson

    • Ken Robertson

      Ken Robertson - 2008-01-02

      G'day rdbranson,

      Happy New Year.

      Where did you find the link to download Freemind?  If you browse via the wiki, there's quite a lot of support information on the Download page, quite close to the top, right under System requirements. 
      There are links to the two different Java versions (dependant on which version of Freemind you're using.)

      (Sorry, don't understand the reference to Kaczynski (Polish President?))


    • Eric L.

      Eric L. - 2008-01-02


      perhaps you should just have said that you didn't find the information? -> link "Download" -> chapter "System requirements". Does it sound like less than 5 seconds?



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