World Possible is a nonprofit organization focused on connecting offline learners to the world's knowledge.They work to ensure that anyone can access the best educational resources from the web anytime, anywhere, even if they do not have an internet connection.I learned that the update process has been wrapped into an application. It is OS X asking if I agree to run the Java installation program. The installer may present you with the option to install these programs when you install Java.The applications wraps the actual package and proposes additional software. You can disable the presentation of offers during installation by specifying the --args SPONSORS=0 option in the terminal command line.
After clicking on the Java icon, visit the "Update" tab to force an update check and configure Automatic Updates.The exact steps required to uninstall Java seems to change each day.So, for the latest information, I'd recommend taking a look at the guide that Oracle provides for your operating system.First, let's take a look at how you can check whether you're running the latest - and safest - version of Java.If you're unsure about what version of Java you're running, or whether you've got Java installed at all, head on over to the Oracle verification page. You may be asked to allow a "Java Detection" applet from Oracle - click "Allow" to any prompts so your Java version can be checked.