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    Default Java IDE for windows 7

    Hello, just installed windows 7 professional and dont find IDE support for the OS.

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    I would imagine Netbeans and Eclipse would run just fine on Win7
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    I would assume most IDE's that are for java would be cross-platform.

    Usually if the IDE works on windows xp it will work on Vista and 7.

    Check wikipedia's Comparison of Java IDE's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Implode View Post
    ... dont find IDE support for the OS.
    Really? Where did you look?

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