The latest version fixed several security vulnerabilities:
254569 : Security Vulnerabilities in the JRE LDAP Implementation may Allow a Denial of Service (DoS) and Malicious Code to be Executed
254570 : Integer and Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities in the JRE "unpack200" JAR Unpacking Utility May Lead to Escalation of Privileges
254571 : Buffer Overflow Vulnerabilities in the JRE with Processing Image Files and Fonts may Allow Privileges to be Escalated
254608 : Security Vulnerabilities in the JRE With Storing and Processing Font Files May Allow Denial of Service
254609 : A Security Vulnerability in the JRE HTTP Server Implementation May Allow a Denial of Service Condition on a JAX-WS Service Endpoint
254610 : A Security Vulnerability in the JRE Virtual Machine With Code Generation May Allow Escalation of Privileges
254611 : Multiple Security Vulnerabilities in Java Plug-in May Allow Privileges to be Escalated
For privacy reason, you can uncheck "Keep temporary files on my computer".
The bug which does not allow you to uncheck "
Check for Updates Automatically" in JRE Version 6 Update 10 is still not resolved in this version.
But, you can disable JRE Auto-Download and jsched setting in Windows startup using msconfig.