What is the offline method for downloading and installing Java for a Windows computer?
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The procedure to install Java broadly consists of: Windows System Requirements
This process requires you to download an executable file that includes all the files needed for the complete installation. You do not need to remain connected to the Internet during the installation. The file can also be copied to a computer that is not connected to the Internet.
NOTE: You may need to restart (close and re-open) your browser to enable the Java installation in your browser.
Notifications about disabled Java and restoring promptsThe installer notifies you if Java content is disabled in web browsers, and provides instructions for enabling it. If you previously chose to hide some of the security prompts for applets and Java Web Start applications, the installer provides an option for restoring the prompts. The installer may ask you to reboot your computer if you chose not to restart an internet browser when it prompted you to do so.
To test that Java is installed and working properly on your computer, run this test applet.