Updating file in java
MF Tic Tac Toe.class Tic Tac Toe.class Tic Tac audio/ audio/audio/audio/audio/yahoo1audio/yahoo2example1images/ images/images/images/META-INF/MANIFEST.
Unless you have a support contract with Oracle or a license for Java SE Advanced products you will not be able to get security updates for JRE 7 from Oracle after April 2015 and it is not advisable to keep older versions of Java on your system.
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.
The Java auto-update mechanism is designed to keep Java users up-to-date with the latest security fixes.
Oracle strives to make new versions of Java backward compatible with earlier versions and the vast majority of Java applications written for older versions of Java will work –without any change- on newer versions of the JRE. Any change in the code –even if only to fix a security vulnerability- has the potential to cause an application to stop working properly.
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.