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I have Oracle java 8u40 and: Java for OS X both installed - they coexist because they install in different locations. A visit to the oracle java web site shows I have 8u40, and in the Terminal I get: Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. Steven Blunk Steven Blunk. Where is the Java Control Panel on my Mac?

Missing Java control panel

This article applies to: Platform s: Java Control Panel The Control Panel allows you to find information about Java version and configure various settings to help you efficiently run Java on your Mac. General About Java: View information about the Java version Network Settings: By default, Java will use the network settings in your web browser. You can set preferences including proxy servers in this setting.

How to access the Java Control Panel on a Mac

Temporary Internet Files: Files used in Java applications are stored in a special folder, called a cache, for quick execution later. You can view and configure cache files, settings, including file location, as well as delete cache from this setting. Update Allows you to check for and get the latest available Java version and configure whether you want to automatically update.