jRocket is a Java runtime that was also bought by Oracle, and is targeted at the enterprise
However, it is available for free, and while it starts programs slightly slower, because it precompiles them, it reportedly runs them significantly faster. They ask a lot of questions about your company, which I just give nonsense answers to, since they don't seem to conceive that home users might want a faster Java. Thus, it is the only Java I use. When I try to run jEdit from the Start Menu on Windows (vers. 4.5), it complains "this application requires a Java runtime environment 1.6.0." However, starting up the jar runs flawlessly.
|Submitted||codelurker - 2012-03-24 - 20:15:47z||Assigned||nobody|
|2012-03-24 - 20:17:06z
|Er, they spell it JRockit.|