How To Properly Install NetBeans IDE 8 .2 In Windows
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In this tutorial you are going to learn properly installing of NetBeans IDE 8.2 in windows, basically NetBeans is a software development platform which is written in java programming language. Those people who want to run Java, C/C++, Java FX, Java FF, HTML5, PHP and other programming languages so that this IDE is best.
Step 1: First of all we are going to download NetBeans IDE from official website of NetBeans: DOWNLOAD IDE
When you will click on above given DOWNLOAD option so you will redirect on NetBeans’ official website.
Step 2: Go at your download location and there you will see .exe file, double click on setup to further action.
It will take little moment to configuration of NetBeans IDE installer.
Step 3: Finally loaded NetBeans IDE installer at your system, click on “next”
Step 4: Here is simple “License Agreement”, accept License Agreement and click on “Next”
Step 5: leave “Browse …” Default and click on “Next”. If you want to install IDE in another directory so click on browse and define the place where you want and this process is same for JDK for NetBeans IDE.
Step 6: Click on “Install” NetBeans installation process will start within a second.
You can see here installation process started and this process takes some moment to complete, installation process is completed only 1%.
Installation process completed 20%.
And Installation completed successfully, now click on “finish” for further action.
Now NetBeans IDE will start automatically on clicking “finish” as you can see in below figure.
This is first interface of NetBeans IDE as you can see.
Let’s make a simple java program for checking IDE is installed properly or not. Click simply click on “New Project…” as you can see at window.
Select java and click on “Next” for further process.
If you want to keep Project name different so you can do, and simply click on “finish”.
After clicking on “finish” IDE generates some lines of code of java.
Just type some line of code in place of (// TODO code application logic here) System.out.println(“Global Technology Updates”); and simple Press “F11” to execute your program.
**Congratulation you have installed NetBeans IDE properly at your system.**
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