Chrome not updating java
This may lead you to think that the web page has frozen.
It has not; it is waiting for the applets to be unblocked.
Only IE and Firefox had meaningful market share on the Windows platform from 2005-2009.
Oracle has changed the level of Java Security in the Java Control Panel necessary for running Physlets.
The following two documents describe how to check the Java Control Panel Setting is set to High on both Windows and Macintosh computers: Windows Settings | Macintosh Settings In order to secure Java over the past year, Oracle has also changed the way one interacts with Java applets in a browser.On Windows computers, the Security Warning dialog sometimes flashes and is placed beneath the web browser.Navigate to the warning by clicking on the Java icon in the dock and select Don't Block. Is it available from Google or Microsoft apps store for Windows 8.1? For the past eight years, users and developers have enjoyed a Windows platform environment that offered users a choice of browsers to navigate their digital lives. Prior to the launch of Firefox in 2004, there was really only one browser for Windows – Internet Explorer.
NOTE: As of April 2015 Google Chrome has disabled plugin support necessary to run Java applets, such as Physlets.Other browsers (Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer) still support Java applets.