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I am trying to install a Java development environment on Windows 7 64-bit, but I am unable to find a suitable install. Is there one available?

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Then depending on the SDK you have, for instance mine is: C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_26\bin\java.exe – user85423 Jun 11 '11 at 19:49
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The latest Java Development Kit is available at this address. Make sure to select "Windows x64" when asked for the operating system.

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Just a heads up, this is out of date now that update 17 is released. – James McMahon Dec 8 '09 at 22:54
I've tried to keep on top of updating answers but I really haven't got the time any more. I leave it up to people to look at the date the answer was posted and put 2 and 2 together. – John T Dec 9 '09 at 3:56
Due to the high views on this question please update this link if you have a moment. – BinaryMisfit Jan 11 '10 at 7:26
Appears you can get 64 bit JRE (just JRE) there as well. Thanks! – rogerdpack Apr 14 '11 at 18:40
Re image: The next to last line, Windows X86 (79.48MB), is that the Windows 32 bit version? x86 = 32 bit x64 = 64 bit. Is that a fair assessment? – zundarz Jan 26 '12 at 15:09

Java SE Downloads page

Choose the appropriate JDK package you want and select Windows x64 on the subsequent page.

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