Version 0.3 highlights: NGS support, proxy, label-related tags, original release date.Oracle started auto-updating Windows 32-bit and OS X, Java Runtime Environment (JRE) users from JRE 7 to JRE 8 in January 20, 2015.
To achieve this goal Windows and OS X users that rely on Java’s auto-update mechanism will have their JRE 7 replaced with JRE 8.
All models are available in 80/20 rayon/nylon loop, cut pile or molded vinyl, and selected models can be ordered in Daytona weave or Tuxedo carpet styles.
Tuxedo (salt and pepper) loop has black flecks interspersed with loops of the carpet color.
To revert back from JRE 8 to JRE 7, first uninstall JRE 8. Until Jul 2015, the latest version of JRE 7 can be found on the Download tab of the Java SE section on OTN.
After Jul 2015 further security updates to JRE 7 will only be available through My Oracle Support and will require a support contract with Oracle. For Windows users, by default, Java applications that are accessed through a web-browser or webstart will use the latest version of Java on the system.
After the End of Public Updates for Java 7 in April 2015, if you have a valid support contract for an Oracle Product that requires Java, or an Oracle Java SE Support contract, you can download the support versions of Java from My Oracle Support.