- The deployment stack, required for Applets and Web Start Applications, was deprecated in JDK 9 and has been removed in JDK 11.
      - Without a deployment stack, the entire section of supported browsers has been removed from the list of supported configurations of JDK 11.
      - Auto-update, which was available for JRE installations on Windows and macOS, is no longer available.
      - In Windows and macOS, installing the JDK in previous releases optionally installed a JRE. In JDK 11, this is no longer an option.
      - In this release, the JRE or Server JRE is no longer offered. Only the JDK is offered. Users can use `jlink` to create smaller custom runtimes.
      - JavaFX is no longer included in the JDK. It is now available as a separate download from [](
      - Java Mission Control, which was shipped in JDK 7, 8, 9, and 10, is no longer included with the Oracle JDK. It is now a separate download.
      - Previous releases were translated into English, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese as well as French, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian), Spanish, and Swedish. However, in JDK 11 and later, French, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian), Spanish, and Swedish translations are no longer provided.
      - Updated packaging format for Windows has changed from `tar.gz` to `.zip`, which is more common in Windows OSs.
      - Updated package format for macOS has changed from `.app` to `.dmg`, which is more in line with the standard for macOS.




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