HOW TO FIX – javac is not recognized as an internal or external command



[Description last updated: 14/06/15]
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11 Comments

  1. Hi, I don't know if my version of Windows 10 is different but when I got to clicking edit for path I didn't get a window with just one path to edit like you had there, I had a list of paths and none of them really looked like what you had. Then to the left of this list of paths there were the options- new, edit, browse, delete, move up, move down, edit text.

    So I tried editing the path that looked the most like what you had which was: C:ProgramDataOracleJavajavapath

    After that one I added the semicolon and pasted the path. Tried the thing in command line and I got the same error. I just went back and checked it and it looks like the semicolon+everything else wasn't saved?

    So I'm not really sure what's going on and if you could help me I'd greatly appreciate it 🙂 Sorry for the possible over description, I was trying to paint a good picture of the situation

  2. thanks, i followed the steps and it works!

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