How to get rid of Mac OS X Java Runtime Environment?

If you are using OS X 10.10 Yosemite or OS X 10.11 El Capitan version on your Mac device, then you would have experienced many annoying pops-up messages that appear and ask you to install the Java Runtime Environment on your Apple Mac. This usually happens when you have installed an app that requires Java to execute. But, the problem is that even if you have the latest version of Java runtime installed on your Apple Mac OS X from the Oracle website, and then still the issue does not go away. To get rid of Mac OS X Java Runtime environment, you can simply dial a toll-free Apple Mac OS X customer support phone number and get instant solutions proficiently.


The fix for this issue is relatively easy. For this, simply go to Apple’s website and go to the Java download section and download and install the latest Java for OS X version. Once you are done, you will stop seeing the irritating annoying pop up every hour on your Mac. If you confront any sort of issue in downloading the latest Java for OS X version, then you can take reliable Mac technical support for OS X Java issues from a reliable tech support providing company and get instant solutions effortlessly.

It would be simpler to figure out the solution for this issue if Apple’s pop-up message redirects users to their own website to download the correct package, rather than taking them to Oracle’s website which does not resolve the issue. For this, you can uninstall it and in case you find out that one of your application depends on Java and won’t run anymore, then it’s easy enough to reinstall it again or stop using that application and find an improved alternative. You can also take reliable technical support from Apple customer support services and get instant support instantly.

Removing the Java Runtime

  • Simply open up a Terminal window and copy and paste the following two lines. You will be asked for your password.

sudo rm -fr /Library/Internet Plug-Ins/JavaAppletPlugin.plugin

sudo rm -fr /Library/PreferencePanes/JavaControlPanel.prefpane

  • After this, you can close and reopen the System Preferences window to see that the icon has gone.
  • It is easy enough to confirm that the issue with Java is completely fixed.
  • By this, you have already have noticed that closing and reopening System Preferences is enough to make the icon there go away, but to be actually certain, you can open up a terminal and simply enter “java”. You’ll be presented with the message, “No Java runtime present, requesting install”.
  • Lastly, a little dialog box will pop up with the OK button highlighted, representing that everything is going to be OK now.

In case the above steps are not helpful, then you can take online support services for Mac OS X El Capitan, Yosemite or macOS Sierra and get customized solutions skillfully.

For more information you can contact a third party technical support providing company and get instant solutions proficiently.

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