Control panel not updating settings
If the check box for a JRE is not selected, then Java Plug-in and Java Web Start will not use the JRE to launch Java applications.
However, the current JRE might be used even if it is not marked as enabled.
The update feature works with the Java Update Scheduler () to provide you with the latest Java updates.
You must have Administrative privileges to update the JRE.
If you do not want the scheduler to run, use the The Desktop Settings tab shows information about the JREs that are installed on your system and enables you to choose the JREs that you want to use to run applications that are embedded in a web page or launched from a browser.On Solaris, Linux, and mac OS, the JRE that Java Web Start or Java Plug-in is using to deploy applications is the JRE that is considered registered.Use the Although available and supported in JDK 9, the Java Plug-in has been marked as deprecated in preparation for removal in a future release.The Java Control Panel is used to control how Java and Java FX applications that are embedded in a browser or are launched from a browser run on your computer.
The settings in the Java Control Panel are not used by standalone and self-contained applications.
The effect of assertion is determined during Java Plug-in startup.