How do I stop java update messages?
Every day my laptop prompts me to install a new java update and every day it then says that I already have the latest update. Does anyone know how to stop this as it is becoming realllllly annoying?!
Please provide me with the following information:
- What Operating System are you using (Windows, Mac, Linux)?
- Where does the prompt come from? Is it from a Webbrowser or directly from e.g. Taskbar?
- What Java version do you have at the moment?
The easiest solution is to disable the Java Update Schedule. If you don't know how to do that, just let me know.
Well thank heavens it seems to have stopped for now after over a week of doing it. But I am using Windows and it was coming from the task bar - it seems to have gone form there now so I'm not sure what version but it kept saying it was the latest.
When ever you turn-on your system, there is always find a option on every program. this option let you provide a choice regarding turn-of or turn-on notification. you can wisely choose, what you want.
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