Notifications of the Java tool

Hi all

I've attached a screenshot of an alert that keeps popping up.  I followed the link and installed the latest version of Java (2 x) by following the instructions without result.  What can I to eliminate these notifications?

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A

If you have installed the plugin of Facebook video appeal and you no longer want to use it, you can remove it as follows.

1 back up all data.

2. open the library folder in your home folder by holding down the option key and selecting

Go ▹ library

in the Finder menu bar.

3. place these items in the library folder to the Trash:

LaunchAgents/com.facebook.videochat.name.plist

Support/Facebook app

Here the name represents the name of your Facebook.

4 log off or restart the computer, and then empty the trash.

B

If you do not use this plugin, or any other software (for example, some Adobe products), which depends on Java, install the Java runtime distributed by Apple.

C

If you do not have the Facebook plugin and you don't want to install Java, please ask for further instructions.

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