You try to start JExpress from the Windows "Run" command and after a few seconds of disk access nothing happens.

First, try using the JRE command instead of the JREW command so you can see any error messages that the JVM might provide. Also, be sure to include the full path where the JExpress resides in front of the class name. Lastly, do not include just a dot after the -cp switch (i.e., -cp .) because the JRE will look in the Windows directory to find the class.
Applies to
Version independent
Windows Run command

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