Delete the cache of JRE

We encountered an issue, and the final solution was to flush the JRE (Java Runtime Environment) cache. In order to flush the JRE cache.

1 – Go to Control Panel

2 – Open the Java widget from Control Panel

3 – Click on View button from Temporary Internet Files.

4 – And then select the needed items (all?) and click on the X button:

or you may want to disable the Temporary Internet files from Settings:

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