Your screenshot is the same in my Photoshop, nothing wrong there.
An adjustment layer works like this: You dial in your setting and the settings stay put in that adjustment layer. You just save the file. File > Save to keep it.
If it started as a jpeg, it will be saved as a psd copy to keep the adjustment layer.
When you re-open your psd file and click on your Color Balance layer, the setting are where you last left them and you can change the settings if you want.
If by chance you flatten layers in that image, you lose the adjustment layer if you save the file and the changes are permanent. No more chances.
Always wise to use Image > Duplicate or keep the original layered file on backup.
Same goes with Type layers. You can place type on a photo and the type is on a separate layer. You can delete that Type layer if you don't want it.
Layer > Flatten Image in the main menu will make the type permanent in your image. You can't simply erase it.
That's how adjustment and type layers work. Always keep your master psd safe, do not flatten it.
Thanks for quick reply
bug what I mean how I can save my preset and load it into another file
hope I'm not missing anything