Install Java (Windows)
Is Java not available on your Windows computer yet?
No problem, let's use an installer to make the process really easy.
This is a direct link to get the Azul Zulu build of OpenJDK distribution, version 17, as a Windows installer:
Many more distributions and versions of Java exist. You can read more info here on how to find another distribution or version.
.msi file has completed downloading, double-click it, and follow the instructions.
After the installation has been completed, you can check the installed version by opening a terminal (click Start, type
cmd, and hit Enter) and running the
java -version command.
You should get the following result:
That's it. You're now ready to run Java programs and, even better... create your own!