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NetBeans For Java How To Install and Get Started with Java Programming (on Windows)

NetBeans (@ is an open-source Integrated Development Environment (IDE). NetBeans began in 1996 as a Java IDE student project at Charles University in Prague. Sun Microsystems acquired NetBeans in 1999. In 2010, Oracle acquired Sun (and thus NetBeans).

Compared with its rival Eclipse ( (both are open-source, so I don’t know what are they competing for?), NetBeans provides seamless supportfor Java AWT/Swing, Java ME mobility pack, Java EE, and bundled with an excellent profiler for performance tuning.

How to Install NetBeans 8.2

Step 0: Install JDK

To use NetBeans for Java programming, you need to first install Java Development Kit (JDK). See “JDK – How to Install“.

Step 1: Download

Download “NetBeans IDE” installer from There are many “bundles” available. For beginners, choose the 1st entry “Java SE” (e.g., “netbeans-8.2-javase-windows.exe” 95MB).

Step 2: Run the Installer

Run the downloaded installer.

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