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Browser Addon in Firefox

Downloaded JAVA Version 8 update 121 Build 1.8.0_121-b13 on a Windows 10 notebook so that I can use "KeepCalling" an internet calling app. Want to use it only on the firefox. browser. How does one configure this?

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Java is system wide.

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So no, as far as Java goes, it's for use by the entire OS and other apps on the PC.

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