Last updated: April 13, 2016
How to enable and disable Java in Safari on Windows
No matter which web browser you use on your computer, you will need the Java plug-in from Oracle in order to view content that uses Java, such as Java applets. The Safari web browser on Windows from Apple is no exception. Java applets are common on the Internet. It is important, therefore, to know how to enable and disable Java in Safari on Windows if it is your web browser of choice.
First, please be certain the version of Java on your computer is current. Once you have verified Java is installed on your computer, please follow the instructions below to learn how to enable or disable Java in Safari on Windows.
1. Launch a Safari web browser window. Click the Edit file menu, and select Preferences from the drop-down menu.
2. The Preferences dialog will launch in a new window. Click the Security icon.
3. Within the Security settings, a check box for Enable Java is present. To enable Java in Safari, check the Enable Java check box. If the Enable Java check box is already checked, then Java is already enabled. If you want to disable Java in Safari, uncheck the Enable Java check box. No confirmation that you have changed the setting will display in Safari. There is no OK or Apply button — the setting is saved automatically.
4. For the new setting to Enable Java to take effect, you must close all of your open Safari tabs and windows. Completely exit out of Safari, and then relaunch Safari. Navigate to the web page where the Java content is present, and the Java content will now load in your web browser.
Please also see How to enable and disable Java in Safari on Mac.
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