Apple has a way of aggressively simplifying life for its users. This time, it’s vastly cutting down on their Java habit. After a string of security vulnerabilities in Oracle’s ubiquitous program, Apple’s latest Java update released on Tuesday strips the program out of users’ browsers on Mac OSX. Apple’s tersely-worded advisory on the decision explains that if users need Java to run content on a web page, they’ll be prompted to download the plug-in. In addition to nixing the Java applet in browsers, Apple’s update also fixes 20 bugs in Oracle’s program. Read the full story at Forbes.