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Once you have downloaded the file to your computer, you can start Java Embedded on your computer using the following command: java -XstartOnFirstThread -classpath "JavaEmbedded-Tools.jar" :... Note: the :... part indicates your own classes, libraries and so on. To obtain a copy of Java Embedded, go to If you are developing an application that is supposed to run on Java platforms that has Java Embedded, you should try to obtain the Java Embedded for the versions that you are using. You will find the latest version on the Internet. If you are using a version of Java that is newer than Java Embedded, make sure that you have used the -source parameter when compiling the Java code (otherwise JCGO will not be able to compile your code). Note: If you are using the Java Embedded version that corresponds to the JDK that you are using, you will be able to run the JCGO executable by simply invoking java.exe. 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