Download the download package from the Eclipse official website. It is 64bit.
When you unzip the downloaded installer, you will be asked to select a package.
Fah ('ω')! ?? ← I didn't know
Let's hurry and find out the difference here. I want to install the IDE for Java this time Either the Eclipse IDE for Java Developers or the Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers.
so Select the package you want to install and install it. (By the way, if you lose the internet connection while installing, you will get an error. Please note that I tried again because I downloaded various things.)
Now that the installation is complete, let's launch it immediately. First, you will be asked where to place your WorkSpace, so set it. You can switch from here later.
When I launch it, it looks like this. It's kind with a tutorial! Maybe it's just EE ... There's no Create Java Project on the Welcome screen.
But don't worry, you can choose Java Project from File → New → Other. Www in such a deep place
I've heard that Eclipse has a bit more code completion than other IDEs. Let's reinforce it for the time being.
What to do
Go to Settings → Java → Editor → Contents Assist. The characters are tiny ... (^^;)
Set Auto activation Delay to 80. (Please choose your favorite number) Next, add characters to Auto activation triggers. By default, it seems that it only activates when you enter .... (´ ・ ω ・ ｀) So what to do ... .abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ_ If you enter, it will complement most of the things! (^^; I referred to other sites around here, but what a manual setting method lol
So what happened ...
Oh! Overwhelming difference! (`・ Ω ・ ´) I forgot to take a screenshot, but when I pressed f or w, it was nothing. Nothing lol So I don't know if it will be about the same as JetBrain, but I recommend setting it.