Proceed by clicking on the Download and Install to get these JUnit.
In order to do this select the path from the drive as shown below.
My Computer -> Program Files -> Java -> Jre7 -> bin
Now paste the path in the path process as shown in below images.
First right click on My Computers and then go to the Properties then users will get the window as shown below.
Then click on the Advance System settings then another window will appear as shown in below image.
By clicking on Environment Varibles button a window appears by providing some options like Edit System variables, after completing all the required changes proceed by clicking OK as shown in below image.
Select the Preferred Eclipse version.
Now pick up the Eclipse Development Environment as per the need i.e.
Need a Toolchain
In order to use the Eclipse for JUnit, Download from the official website of Eclipse.
By clicking the link, a page appears with a download link for Eclipse as shown in the image below, now click the Download button on the page in order to download the Eclipse for JUnit.
A page appears providing a list of Eclipse versions by clicking the download link button, select the preferred version and download the Eclipse by clicking on it as shown in the image below.
It shows drop down box in the right corner of the download page to set the operating system on which eclipse is to be installed.choose from drop down box Windows, Linux and Mac. Eclipse is packaged as a zip file, so extract the zip file into preferred drive.
In order to install Eclipse, required a tool which can extract the contents of a zip file. The tools like,
Now, Right click on the downloaded Zip file and extract all the files to the preferred directory to be installed by clicking Extract. The image below display the Eclipse files folder extracted to the particular directory given.
User can create a single workspace and create every programming project under that workspace. Eclipse is actually geared towards this approach. It has some additional tools like working sets, but working sets allow for convenient grouping to make it easy to work with a subset of the projects and can also create any number of workspaces. The work space can be set to default or changed to new folder location using the Workspaces Preference window as shown in the image below.