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2/26/12
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pranav0523

how to enable java in chrome?

Google Chrome version: 17.0.963.56 Operating System:Windows
i am having trouble using java in chrome while internet explorer works well in that case.........
when i try to do any transaction through internet banking from Punjab National Bank, it says "Your browser is not Java enabled. You cannot sign in."
and the login button is disabled whereas when i do it through internet explorer, it is successfully done.
but the problem is that i hate explorer....
and ♥ Chrome.
Please help.
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tanujgurg
3/18/14
tanujgurg
*updated instructions as of 3/14/2014*
  1. Navigate to Chrome menu > Settings.
  2. Click Advanced Content settings.
  3. Select Content settings... under the Privacy heading
  4. Scroll down to find JavaScript, here you can enable or disable JavaScript
This help center article also includes more information about the Java plug-in.
Stefan vd
2/26/12
Stefan vd
First you need to install Java, if you haven't got the software on you computer.
You can install it on this website, see reference 1.

jackpark
5/4/12
jackpark
It's one thing to INSTALL java. That's easy. When you try it again by double clicking chromeinstall.exe, you will be told it's already installed. That leaves the unanswered issue: how to you tell chrome it has java and use it. Modern chromes don't do "Options", they do "Settings" and "Tools", neither of which appear to have any controls for enabling Java. If you type "java" into the search settings, you'll be taken to "javascript".
 
After updating to a fresh chrome and installing java, the applets are still saying you need to install java. When you navigate to the "test java installation" page, even that says you need java. This tells me that Java is not being enabled on a Win7 64-bit platform with the latest chrome.
 
Is there anyone 'out there' who can tell explicitly how to enable java on chrome?
JD-13
5/4/12
JD-13
Having the same issue.
sparky_
5/9/12
sparky_
In a blank tab in Chrome type the following:
 
chrome://plugins/
 
A list of installed plug-ins will be displayed. Check to see if Java is enabled. (Will show a disable link if it is on.)
 
 
 
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Negeen E.
8/28/15
Negeen E.
Hey People of the Internet,

In case you haven't heard yet, NPAPI support has ended.

In the past, many plugins were developed using an older system called NPAPI. Today fewer sites are using NPAPI plugins and they can sometimes cause security risks on websites.

Plugins that use a newer, more secure system called Pepper API (PPAPI) will continue to work, including those that come with Chrome, like Adobe Flash and PDF Viewer. If Flash or PDF doesn’t automatically load, make sure that you have the PPAPI plugin version enabled in Chrome.

Plugins that use NPAPI, including Silverlight, Java, and Unity, won’t work

Happy Interneting!
 
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