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Unable to find Java JRE 13.

 
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Hi, I couldn't find Java JRE13 download at Oracle website. Only Java JDK 13.0.1 is available. JDK is installing full kit.
How can I download and install Java JRE 13 on a windows server?

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- Rao
 
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Please read here
 
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Thank you Liutauras.
So the solution is to install the JDK and delete modules and lib directories.  Am I correct?

- Rao
 
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No. It is to install the JDK and leave it there. If you delete directories, it is likely things won't work.
 
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OK What the article is saying is literally JDK is JRE.
So, just go ahead and install the JDK13 on the server. Ignore the JRE concept.  Am I correct?
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Narsimha Manekar wrote:. . . literally JDK is JRE.

No, but that the JRE is included with the JDK, which has been the case for as long as I can remember; anybody downloading a JDK/SDK got the JRE included in the same download.

. . . go ahead and install the JDK13 . . .

Yes. If you are asking questions here, you will need the development tools in the JDK anyway.
 
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