873850 wrote:But that's the normal behaviour of a JDK installation. Once you have it installed then you run commands (like javac and java) at the command line. I know that's so twentieth-century but that's the way it is. Here's a link to the getting-started tutorial for Windows which explains all that:
I am having trouble installing JDK6. After I downloaded and installed, there is no icon on the desktop and the program is not listed under Start-Program.