Java Disable Auto Update

We cannot completely disable this annoying thing. Whenever someone update Java for security reason, this annoying auto-update thing happens again and we will have to disable it again.

Start menu -> Settings -> Control Panel -> Java -> Update
Uncheck the "Check for Updates Automatically" checkbox

Start menu -> Run -> msconfig
Select "startup", find java on the list, uncheck it, click OK, and restart

Then you will get a popup, just click on the checkbox, then close. Java should show up on the list as something like javsched.

If you have windows defender installed, you can open it, then click tools, then software explorer. Then click show for all users, then click on the java entry on the list and click remove. If there is no show all users, it means you are using xp instead of vista. Just skip that button if so.

C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jre7\bin\javacpl.exe (Run as administrator)

From there, un-check "Check for Updates Automatically" on the Update tab and click OK. You can verify that the setting has been applied by navigating to the same screen as you normally would through the Control Panel.

You can also check your running processes to see that jusched.exe is no longer running - it was automatically terminated when you clicked OK.

Open the "Run" Command on the Start Menu, type "msconfig" (w/o the quotes), and go to the "Startup" tab. Check for any Java related programs starting when the computer boots. Then uncheck it, click OK, and reboot the computer…

If that doesn't work, open the "Run" command again, type services.msc, and look for any Java related services, especially a Java Service with the word 'update' or 'automatic' in it…Then right-click it, select properties, and disable the service…click OK, and you're done.

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