http://solutions.weblite.ca/pdfocrx/ I installed this free OCR software, and while installing it, it went ahead to install Java 1.6. I had kept my Mac Java-free because of Java's vulnerabilities, but somehow accidentally approved OCS-X's installation of Java. When it was installing, there were a few windows open, and one of my clicks must have approved the installation of the Java 1.6 It seems that this Java 1.6 is not the latest version. It does not create a Java icon in the Preference panel. I am peeved that, if OCR X required Java, why did it cause a presumably older version of Java to be installed, rather than the latest one. It seems this has bypassed the Mac's control of Java, since the installation has not created a Java icon in Preferences. I'm quite irritated that this seemingly earlier version of Java has been installed on my ML Mac, almost getting past my guard. Now I have no idea how to get rid of it, since there is no Java icon in Preferences. I assume that having this earlier Java leaves the Mac vulnerable due to Java's problems. Any ideas?