5 Steps to Running Java on a Google Chromebook
Google's value priced Chromebooks have been lauded by some as a great mobile computing tool, yet lambasted by others as an inadequate replacement for a laptop computer. There are many things to like about the Chromebook's, like their light weight and long battery life. However, a major point of contention with many users, is the lack of Java support. Currently there is no support for Java in the Chrome operating system, and there doesn't seem to be any immediate plans to add this functionality. For mobile computer users who need a device that supports Java on a very infrequent basis, here is one way to get around this issue and enjoy the great value of your Chromebook.
- Open the Chrome Web Store
- Install Cloud Internet Explorer by Ericom
- Confirm the Installation
- Launch the App
- Use Internet Explorer from Within the Chrome Browser