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There should be a place to disable it. For Windows updates in XP, go to control panel, Automatic updates, and turn it off there. It can also be disabled in IE. For HP updates, there has to be an icon on the taskbar (I would think), or perhaps under "Programs" you'll find an HP support program that will allow you to disable updates. Personally, I would not disable most updates. I can agree... I hate the IE add-ons and taskbars that just take up space. Give me simple... cut the glitz and hype. However, the security updates are important. I would select a time to update when I am not using the computer. For a browser, I prefer Google Chrome. It is simple, but very flexible... thinks more like me. If Windows is user friendly, I am NOT a user! I hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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