The reasons that users disable the automatic update can be different from the use of unlicensed operating system and reluctance to let the computer without their knowledge to connect to any remote servers to fear a system crash afterthe next update.Whatever the reason for the cancellation of the update you must disable the corresponding service.
In Windows XP, open the "Start" - "Control Panel" - "Automatic Updates".Select "Turn off Automatic Updates."Save your changes.
upon OS In Windows 7, disable the automatic update is performed in a similar manner.Open the "Start" - "Control Panel" - "Update Windows».Click the left "Settings".The drop-down menu, select "Do not check for updates."Save your changes.
Even if you have turned off update
the settings for the service continues to run.It should also be turned off.In Windows XP, open the "Start" - "Control Panel" - "Administrative Tools" - "Services".From the list of service "Automatic Updates" in the window that appears, click "Stop".In "Startup type" select "Disabled."Save your changes.Windows 7 Automatic Updates is turned off in a similar manner.
If the automatic update again after restarting the computer is turned on in Windows XP, open the "Start" - "Run", type msconfig, and click "OK".In Windows 7, type the same command in the search box ("Start" - "Find").In the window that opens, select the tab "Services" and uncheck the box from the service "Automatic Updates" (if it is listed).
Sometimes even after turning off automatic updates, Windows 7 stubbornly continues to climb in the network, connect to the server Microsoft.To determine which ports are going through the connection, type the command line ("Start" - "All Programs" - "Accessories" - "Command Prompt") command netstat -aon.You will see a list of all connections with an indication of the ports and addresses ah-wee remote computers.Great help can have and the program BWMeter, allowing full control over the traffic.