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Upgrading from Snow Leopard to Lion or Mountain Lion


You can upgrade to Mountain Lion from Lion or directly from Snow Leopard. Mountain Lion can be downloaded from the Mac App Store for $19.99.


If you sign into the App Store and try to purchase Mountain Lion but the App Store says your computer is not compatible then you may still be able to upgrade to Lion per the following information.


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  3. Switch to a different browser (Internet Explorer or Safari on Mac) to run the Java plug-in.” If you need to use Java in Google Chrome, the only way to do it is to install a browser extension called IE Tab. This extension gets its name from Internet Explorer, and it uses the Internet Explorer engine to display web pages in Google Chrome.

A. Upgrading to Mountain Lion

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To upgrade to Mountain Lion you must have Snow Leopard 10.6.8 or Lion installed. Purchase and download Mountain Lion from the App Store. Sign in using your Apple ID. Mountain Lion is $19.99 plus tax. The file is quite large, over 4 GBs, so allow some time to download. It would be preferable to use Ethernet because it is nearly four times faster than wireless.


OS X Mountain Lion - System Requirements


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Macs that can be upgraded to OS X Mountain Lion


1. iMac (Mid 2007 or newer) - Model Identifier 7,1 or later

2. MacBook (Late 2008 Aluminum, or Early 2009 or newer) - Model Identifier 5,1 or later

3. MacBook Pro (Mid/Late 2007 or newer) - Model Identifier 3,1 or later

4. MacBook Air (Late 2008 or newer) - Model Identifier 2,1 or later

5. Mac mini (Early 2009 or newer) - Model Identifier 3,1 or later

6. Mac Pro (Early 2008 or newer) - Model Identifier 3,1 or later

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7. Xserve (Early 2009) - Model Identifier 3,1 or later


To find the model identifier open System Profiler in the Utilities folder. It's displayed in the panel on the right.


Are my applications compatible?


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See App Compatibility Table - RoaringApps.


For a complete How-To introduction from Apple see Upgrade to OS X Mountain Lion.


B. Upgrading to Lion


If your computer does not meet the requirements to install Mountain Lion, it may still meet the requirements to install Lion.


You can purchase Lion by contacting Customer Service: Contacting Apple for support and service - this includes international calling numbers. The cost is $19.99 (as it was before) plus tax. It's a download. You will get an email containing a redemption code that you then use at the Mac App Store to download Lion. Save a copy of that installer to your Downloads folder because the installer deletes itself at the end of the installation.


Lion System Requirements


1. Mac computer with an Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7,

or Xeon processor

2. 2GB of memory

3. OS X v10.6.6 or later (v10.6.8 recommended)

4. 7GB of available space

5. Some features require an Apple ID; terms apply.

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  • Watch the companion video: How to use Java in the new Microsoft Edge

Some users may need internet artifacts like the Java browser plugin to run legacy apps that require it. The options to run Java apps are few and far between these days. Yet it is possible to use Microsoft’s new Edge web browser — the Chromium-based version of Edge — to run Java apps. Assuming you have Java installed on your computer, the only requirement is an intermediary in the form of an extension.

What makes Java support possible in the new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge is Edge’s support of Chrome extensions. If you are still running the old version of Edge, it handles the need for running Java apps in a completely different way. Although Microsoft has its own extensions library, you won’t find what you are looking for there. Edge users with Java needs must visit the Chrome Web Store instead to install the one discussed here.

Java in the new Microsoft Edge using IE Tab

One method to use Java in the new Microsoft Edge is to install the IE Tab extension. The “IE” in IE Tab is an abbreviation for Internet Explorer. Available for Edge from the Chrome Web Store, IE Tab emulates Internet Explorer within an Edge browser window. The extension uses the Internet Explorer rendering engine to display Java content (as well as ActiveX and Silverlight content). It is easy to install, and even easier to use. It is important to note that IE Tab works on Windows machines only.

Visit the IE Tab page in the Chrome Web Store. Click the blue Add To Chrome button. A dialog will display asking you if you want to Add IE Tab, accompanied by a list of functions it can perform. Click the Add extension button.

Once installed, the IE Tab icon in Microsoft Edge displays next to Edge’s address bar. Click the icon to open an IE Tab. In the IE Tab, input the web address of a page that contains Java content. In the example below, our Java version verification was successful. The page uses a Java detection applet, with the latest version of Microsoft Edge using an IE Tab.

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Try that same verification process in a regular Edge tab, and a notification that, “We are unable to verify if Java is currently installed and enabled in your browser,” displays instead.

Java Web Start, No Browser Required

If you have the Java plugin on your Windows machine, then you have Java Web Start (JWS). The question is does the Java application you want to run use JWS technology? JWS launches automatically if you download a Java app that uses it (usually in the form of a .jnlp file). Check the Java app developer’s website to see if they have a JWS download link for their app. If they do, download it and save a shortcut on your desktop when prompted by JWS. Double-click the shortcut to run the app.

Also included with JWS is a Java Cache Viewer. Use Cache Viewer to launch applications you have already downloaded. Here’s how:

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1. Launch the Java Control Panel (Control Panel > Programs > Java icon). Double-click the Java icon.

2. Under the General tab, click the View button in the Temporary Internet Files section to launch the Java Cache Viewer in a separate window.

3. Double-click an application listed in the Java Cache Viewer to launch it without needing a web browser.

If the Java app you want to use is not listed or does not launch when double-clicked, contact the app’s developer.

Thank you for visiting Tech Help Knowledgebase to learn how to use Java in the new Microsoft Edge.

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