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    Java last version

    i made this thread because i don't know which version of java i should to have installed, i had first java 10.0.1 installed on my pc, now today i installed a program which asked me for download java and it downloaded java 8 update 131,
    i checked another version
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    https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jre8-downloads-2133155.html
    JRE 8u192

    i think the answer it's between 10.0.1 and 8u192 but which is the difference, and what is 10.0.1?
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    If you want to run BiglyBT Extreme Mod, you're going to need at least Java 9. If I were you, I'd keep 10.0.1 and run that other program's JAR file directly. Unless it explicitly requires some deprecated functionality that was dropped between versions 8 and 10, it's going to work fine.

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    I run BiglyBT and jDownloader like this (note the former requires extra parameters), that way I am sure they don't use some outdated JRE, and performance improves when running both at the same time because the only runtime they require is already cached in memory.
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    There's a new version out and you should try it. Definitely it will help.
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    If you use a base version of Java like 9 or 10 or even 8 then you better always be using the latest build of that base. However, Java 11 is now out and it is long term support release and advised by many to use. I don't see why NOT using it but anyway feel free to do so.

    The different between the versions you made is in Oracle change-log of releases. Feel free to read the documentation on the download page.
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    Interestingly, the download site at java.com still lists 8u191 as the latest version as of this writing.
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