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I don't understand the question.

It's probably too basic for what you are thinking. If I'm looking at my machine, how do I know what is the javascript and what is a plug-in for the browser? They behave basically the same, yes? The names are the same. I want to kill one, and preserve the other.

Of course Gordon's link (if he posts it) may answer my question. I think I have it, but I want to be sure. Java was one of those things I never thought about before, and until this thread I had no idea it was different from javascript. (It usually requires events like these before I learn something new about my computer(s). It's years of stuff like this that has me knowing what I do. If it works, I don't generally think about 'how'. When there's a problem, I have to learn more.)

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