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RaProducts' JavaRa 1.16 beta


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[08aug10] RaProducts' JavaRa has been updated to version 1.16 beta



[added] Many new registry keys for JavaRa to remove

[added] New system of reading registry keys into the program

[added] New system of reading languages

[added] (beta!) x64 support

[fixed] (beta!) software crashes upon failure to access HOMEDRIVE environment variable

[fixed] (beta!) Broken jupdate method


More info and download here.

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A question-


Thanks for the heads up fredvries.


I wonder if "Many new registry keys for JavaRa to remove" should be understood that, a cleaning with JavaRa 1.16 beta will reveal more registry entry residues from older Java clutter even if JavaRa 1.15 was used to clean before.


If the above is true, could it be that using ASC's deep registry cleaning had cleaned them in the mean time?

As I have used JavaRa 1.16 beta, but there was no new residue in the log file and it was as clean as after cleaning with v1.5.



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@ enoskype: JavaRa's definitions were in dire need of updating. Now it cleans all remnants of the older and removed versions of JRE up to and including version 6.0.20.


It's entirely possible that ASC's deep registry cleaning has removed (most of) these already.

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update to post # 2


My above post concerns Windows 7 Pro.


Using JavaRa 1.16 beta in XP Pro sp3, revealed the following:


Found and removed: SOFTWARE\JavaSoft\Java Web Start\1.6.0_07


So, even if ASC's deep registry clean was used before using JavaRa 1.16 beta, there can still be left registry residues from older Java software.


A Note:

@fredvries, "Remove JavaRa language preferences" seems not to work.



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