How to Check Java Version in CMD Windows 10?

Please let me know how to Check Java Version in CMD Windows 10. I am facing some issues while checking Java version. Help me if anyone knows.

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Open Answer 17 October 2022

Check Java Version in CMD Windows 10:

Some applications need a specific Java version to execute in order to work properly. You can utilize a graphical tool or even the command line to Check Java Version in CMD Windows 10.

Visually Check Your Java Version

The About Java program can be used to determine the installed Java version if you'd rather avoid using the command line.

Step 1: Open the "Start" menu, type "About Java," and then select the first option to use this technique.

Step 2: Look for "Configure Java" and then select it if you don't find Understand Java in the Start menu. Select "About" to view your Java version after that.

The Command Prompt Can Be Used to Check Your Java Version

From the command line, you may also verify the Java version.

Step 1: To get started, select the "Command Prompt" shortcut within the results pages after launching the "Start" menu and then typing "Command Prompt."

Step 2: Hit "Enter" after entering the following command at the prompt whenever the Command Prompt displays.

Step 3: The words "Java version" will be there, along with some numbers. Listed below are the Java versions you have.

If the Command Prompt reports that Java is not recognized as an external or internal command, it is likely due to improperly specified system variables, and possibly since Java is not installed on the computer. Your PC has to have Java reinstalled in order for the problem to be resolved.

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