Firefox always updating java console
To determine which version of Firefox you are running, launch the application, and select the menu item Help - About Mozilla Firefox.
At the bottom of the window is a version string line that contains either "Linux i686" (32-bit) or "Linux x86_64" (64-bit).
It enables you to view an active deployment rule set, and to manage the exception site list.
It allows you to set runtime parameters for applets that run with Java Plug-in and applications that run with Java Web Start.
The offline installer package file is large and will take longer to download than the online installer.
» Download the Windows Offline installer If you are still prompted to update Java after installing the latest version, try restarting your browser.
» Download and Install Java » Use Java » Test Java » Remove Old Versions of Java » Find Java » Always redirected to the download page The offline installer package will often complete successfully even though the online installer package has encountered a problem.
It lets you view and delete temporary files used by the Java Plug-in, which allows Java technology to be used by your Web browser to run applets; and Java Web Start, which allows you to run Java applications over the network.
It allows you to control certificates, making it safe to run applets and applications over the network.
By enabling your system to check for the latest version, you keep your system secure with the latest patch updates.
We strongly recommend that you do not disable the update feature.