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How to uninstall (not just disable) SunJavaUpdateSched (on Win 7)?  RSS feed

 
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As I found out since a few versions it is not possible any more to completely uninstall

SunJavaUpdateSched

users can disable it from auto-start but not completely uninstall it.

In the past there was a separate "uninstall" entry in Control Panel.

I cannot find such an entry any more.


Is there really no uninstall possible not?


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Not sure this was possible at all (I haven't checked in Windows/Mac). But what is done is to disable the updates which would not run the process (If that's what you expect).
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