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Download and install MiniMEX and Your Java Development Kit (JDK). Download MiniMEX from the official documentation and extract the content to the desktop. Go to your Google Chrome and open the Registry Editor. It will be saved as “regedit.exe”. On the Windows menu, click on View > Show hidden files. Locate and open the file “C:\Program Files\MiniMEX\dlls\js\minimex.jnilib” Press “regedit” and save the file. Now you have to open the “MinimizeEx.jar” file. Click on the “MinimizeEx.jar” file. Click on Open. Now it’s time to install the JDK Click on the File Menu. Click on Open Windows Explorer Go to your C drive. Open the folder “jdk1.7.0_07\bin” Click on javac Click on Next to begin the installation. Choose the following Architecture = x86 (this is for the 32-bit architecture) And the following Expert mode And Press Install. When asked to enter a name for the new JRE installation Enter “Java SE Development Kit 7” Press Next JNLP file (for future updates) Press OK Now close the installer and go to your Downloads folder. Click on the “JRE7u7-windows-i586-p6.gz” file you download Drag and drop the file on the New Folder Click on Unzip Choose “Extract files to C:\” Click on Start Extracting Now you have to configure the path to the JDK Go to your Window’s System Properties Click on the System’s Dlg. Click on Advanced System Setting Click on the Advanced Tab Click on Environment Variables On the System Variables Window Look for the variable named PATH Click on Edit Click on the Variable Value Add a semicolon and paste the “C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.