N/APosted on - 06/23/2016
I have installed Java on my Windows 7 remote PC is any way by so that I can stop the notifications of Java updates or disable Java update registry. They always appear and have become a bit annoying.
Can We Disable Java Update Registry On A Windows 7 Network Computer?
Yes, you can disable the notifications. Then you will have to check manually for any updates in the Java version.
Step 1: Press Ctrl+R and type “Regedit”
Step 2: Go through path HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE–>SOFTWARE –>JavaSoft –>Java Update–>Policy and change values of “EnableJavaUpdate” to 0 and “EnableAutoUpdateCheck” to 0
The above was for the 32-bit version. If you are working on a 64-bit version use the following destination HKLM–>SOFTWARE –>Wow6432Node –>JavaSoft –>Java Update–>Policy and change values “EnableJavaUpdate” to 0 and “NotifyDownload” to 0 and also add DWORD value named “EnableAutoUpdateCheck” and assign 0
By doing so you won't receive any more notification of Java updates.
It would be kind if you are updating Java regularly for updates and security patches