Nowadays, due to increasing online threats day by day, we all need secure and trusted antivirus software for our computer system. Antivirus protects our system from different online threat and viruses. It prevents malware and viruses from our system. In the world of the Internet, Kaspersky Internet Security is a name of antivirus security which is famous for the Windows operating system. Its latest versions provided us so many handy tools which help you in keeping your system running smoothly.
The latest versions of the Kaspersky Internet Security solution offer a tool named as Software Updater. As per their name, the tool will automatically check all your updates for the program you already installed on your system and install them automatically on your system. Whenever any updates require you to accept a new license agreement, then that time software updater will ask you about your intervention.
However, the good news is that if any user doesn’t want this software updater in their computer system, then they would also disable it by going to the settings option. You can do it easily. Here we explain the procedure of how to easily disable the Software Updater Utility in Kaspersky Internet Security solution for Windows operating system.
Steps to Turn Off the Software Updater in Kaspersky Antivirus
The below-given steps are very easy; to make it easier to follow the steps in a given series.
- Double-click on the Kaspersky icon appears in the system tray to open the home page of the Kaspersky Internet Security.
- Instead, open Kaspersky Internet Security from the Start menu.
- Then, click on the Settings icon located at the bottom left of the window screen.
- Click to switch to the Protection tab appears on the right side of the same window.
- Then, search for the Software Updater on the right side of the screen.
- To completely, turn off the Software Updater, navigate the toggle button to Off position.
- If you want to change its default settings, click on the software updater.
Emma Justine is a McAfee product expert and has been working in the technology industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Emma has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as mcafee.com/activate.