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January 2, 2013 2:37:21 PM

Hello
I currently have genuine windows 7 ultimate .
But there is still the msg which appears and closes within a millisecond.
it is quite irritating .
Ive deleted 4 out of 5 printers thinking tht the msg appeared becoz of pending print jobs in those printers and i also terminate a process known as spoolsv.exe , but its not helping. the msg stills keeps on appearing.
there is a process known as jusched.exe*32 in the task managr.
plz tell whether it is the root cause behind the problem

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January 4, 2013 5:58:34 AM

:hello: 

Kindly I ask your attention.

Those Java Updates are importend, because they contain software updates like:

Error fixes, improvements and security fixes. :o  :D  :pt1cable: 

Actually they are very importend.
So preferable settings to Auto Update, when tried to update, the program will ask you over a period of time again.

Or,

When you are shoor you will not forget to update it yourself once in a while.

Or,

When you want to do this with a lot of programs, than it might be better to do all at once. Create a list or get a program such as Software Informer.
Set a date once every ? (month) and update them yourself.

If you do it a lot or all yourself, you can save Boottime, System Resources, Bandwight and Shutdowntime.

Boottime:
The automatic update software needs to be active, so will start at bootup.

System Resources:
The automatic update software needs system resources like processor and RAM.

Bandwight:

The reserved bandwight\bandwight will be used for these things for sudden and maby with some delays.
When updated manually, you will have all left for other tasks and a better internet connection if you having a little slow internetconnection, no matter wich reson it is.

Shutdowntime:

What boots up, has to be closed when you shutdown your system.

Hopefully I let you known enough and that you will find the answers you seek! :D 

Good luck and have fun doing it! :D 

Best Regards,

MeneerWitte

PS:
:D  HAPPY HOLLYDAYS :pt1cable:  BEST WISHES 2013! :D 
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January 4, 2013 6:01:42 AM

If you do it a lot or all yourself, you can save Boottime, System Resources, Bandwight and Shutdowntime.

When you do a lot or all the software updates yourself, you can save Boottime, System Resources, Bandwight and Shutdowntime.
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January 4, 2013 1:51:23 PM

Best answer selected by wrongbon.
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