Fix the .jar association program on Windows PC

Jarfix

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Download Jarfix 3.0.0

Jarfix

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What's new in this version:

- from Java 11, Oracle does not provide a dedicated JRE anymore, only a JDK, therefore for x64 and JDK 9+, jarfix 3 will search for a JDK first and then for a JRE, otherwise the latest Java Runtime Environment could not be found if both JDK 11+ and a JRE version < 11 are being installed
- for Oracle JDK < 9 or on 32-bit platforms, the mature search strategy remains unchained
- added option /k in order to search in the Windows Registry only for a JDK and not a JRE
- added support to find a JDK from Azul Systems in the Windows Registry
- added option /z in order to search in the Windows Registry for a JDK from Azul Systems only
- added option /l in order to create a link called "latest" that points to the latest JRE/JDK. The symlink will be stored under the JRE/JDK's parent folder.
- removed option /c, because a more comfortable solution exist: if a <jarfix>.ini file exists, it will be read by the <jarfix>.exe; simply replace <jarfix> with a name of your choice. That way you can call jarfix with different configurations without the need to go to the command line. That feature is also useful for setting up a .jar file association for an OpenJDK bundle that doesn't come with an installer (e. g. the OpenJDK from jdk.java.net or AdoptOpenJDK.net)
- changed all links from http to https


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