Java download

rdbranson
2008-01-01
2013-04-11
  • 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.  http://freemind.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Download 
      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?))

      --
      Regards
      Ken

       
    • Eric L.

      Eric L. - 2008-01-02

      Hi,

      perhaps you should just have said that you didn't find the information?

      http://freemind.sf.net/ -> link "Download" -> chapter "System requirements". Does it sound like less than 5 seconds?

      Eric

       

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