Java Testing Application
With multitude of on-line systems access the Web nowadays, the Java platform becomes an important technology that can serve multimedia Web applications to be played on our system. Java developers cannot rely on their applets to work correctly on every system and therefore an application to test for Java capabilities has been developed. Basic Java support and audio capabilities are tested through the use of Java applets.
Can your browser play Java applets?
The Java Testing Application tries to determine what kind of Java support (if any at all) is available on your system. It will suggest downloading of both, browsers and Java platfoms, if the system is found to have basic components missing. Otherwise, some testing will be performed on the host machine to determine its Java and audio capabilities. The final results will be shown to the user at the end of the testing.
No personal information is kept when taking the tests. No IP addresses are collected. The only information gathered is the path followed by the user when running the application. This information will serve for debugging purposes and for usability guidance only.
The testing takes 13 minutes in average to finish if it is fully run. If problems occur time is unpredictable. The application can be, of course, abandoned at any point and the results up to then are shown.
Some earlier results (gathered through the testing phase) may give you an idea of how your browser may behave.
Reference audio samples
The application contains excerpts of sound and music samples. Please see this
copyright notice and reference list for further information.