JUSCHED.EXE refers to those processes that operate imperceptibly. Usually, his presence on the computer is not detected until a problem occurs with JAVA in the system or suspicion of viral activity. Further, in the article, we will take a closer look at the specified process.
If you saw the process jusched.exe in the task manager, and if you can disable it from there, then you are lucky. This process is a Java Update Scheduler (Java Update), which is a process that always takes up RAM, only to check once a month if there are new updates for Java.
Windows already has a built-in function that automatically and regularly checks for updates from Java. This built-in function is much better and more useful than jusched.exe since the latter only checks for updates once a month and takes up too much memory. Thus, disabling the process is a good way to save the memory of your computer.
Jusched.exe: what is this process?
Remember, such an anecdote: “The inscription on the gravestone:” Not all yogurts are equally useful. “This is also true of some of the programs that your system uses. This process resembles a virus to all the symptoms: you know for sure that you didn’t install it! And if so, where did it come from? After all, it’s only cockroaches that start up on their own.
The process jusched.exe is not a virus or trojan. This is an update scheduler from an application like Java. Yes, yes: it is exactly the same java that stands on almost every computer. It seems that once the update scheduler is a useful thing. But it is precisely that “seemingly” since this scheduler eats a share of RAM, and it does it all the time. And all this only in order to look once a month: didn’t there be updates on the Internet for this very “Java”? (From the author: you know, sometimes I myself am amazed at some meaningless actions of the creators of applications! Why is it all so aggravated ?!).
JUSCHED.EXE is a Java Update application. It performs updating Java libraries every month, which allows maintaining general security at a sufficient level. To view the properties of a process, click on the “Properties” line in the context menu.
The “Properties: jusched” window opens.
Where is jusched.exe located?
The funny thing is that your Windows OS already has an automatic update feature, which also includes updates for Java. And if so, why do you need additional system load? It should be removed, thereby freeing your memory. But the fact of the matter is that removing the jusched.exe process is not as easy as it seems at first glance. Some manage it, but not all. Go to the shutdown algorithm jusched.exe.
Open the “Control Panel” and find the icon “Java.” We click on it twice with the left mouse button, and it opens. You are in the depths of the Java program settings. As a rule, everything is written in English. But it does not matter: everything is clear.
How jusched.exe get updated?
Open the tab “Update” (Update) and remove the “bird,” which you will see there (it is there only one). You will immediately receive a message from Java stating that you disable the update, that now updates will not be installed and the blah blah blah!
Ignore this message and boldly press the “Never Check” button, which means “Never check.” Click on “Apply” and “Ok.” Everything: now your RAM is free from unnecessary load.
(If you are running Vista, then you need to click on the “This control panel works correctly “and” OK “button).
You have disabled Java update, but that’s not all: you now need to configure updates for your control panel. This is very easy to do with the built-in task scheduler.
In Windows XP, the task scheduler is available in the “Control Panel” and is called “Scheduled Tasks.” Go to the scheduler and double-click on the first line – “Add task.”
With this action, you start the task scheduler. And now everything is simple: there is something left to add to this scheduler. Start the job scheduler – click “Next.” You will see a window with installed programs. Next will be the “Browse” button – click.
And now in the opened “Task Planning Wizard” simply put this address here: C: Program FilesJavajre1.6.0_01binjucheck.exe and click “Next.”
In the next window, we set the time we want: there is a wide temporary choice. Put a dot in the “monthly” window and deal with the end! Now only once a month you will receive notifications about whether there are updates or not. And of course, you can install them. That’s all. Check only for autoload:
“Start” – “Run” and remove the bird from the start of the process
Starting and disabling updates
Since Java is used everywhere, it is advisable that it works correctly. Here the main role is given to timely updates. This action is performed from the Java Control Panel.
- First, launch the “Control Panel” and switch the “Large icons” display to the “View” field.
- In the window that opens, find the “Java” icon and click on it.
- In the “Java Control Panel,” we are transferred to the “Update” tab. To disable the automatic update, uncheck “Check for Updates Automatically.”
- A notification appears stating that it is strongly recommended to keep the update. Click “Check Weekly,” meaning that the check will be happening every week. To completely disable the update, you can click “Do Not Check.” After which the process will cease to run automatically.
- Additionally, we specify the procedure for issuing updates to the user. Two options are available. The first – “Before downloading” – means after downloading files, and the second – “Before installing” – before installation.
This action may be needed when a process hangs or stops responding. To perform an action, we find the indicated process in the Task Manager and click on it with the right mouse button. Next, click on “Finish the process. “
Confirm the specified action by clicking on the “End Process.”
To open the location of JUSCHED.EXE, click on it and in the “Open file storage location” menu that appears.
Opens the directory with the desired file. The full path to the file is as follows.
C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Java\Java Update\JUSCHED.EXE
There are cases when a virus file was hidden under this process. These are mainly trojans, which, after connecting to the IRC server, are in a state of waiting for commands from the host PC.
It is worth checking the computer for the presence of substitution in the following cases:
- The process has a location and description that differ from those mentioned above.
- Increased use of RAM and processor time;
To eliminate the threat, you can use the free anti-virus application Dr.Web CureIt.
A detailed review of JUSCHED.EXE has shown that it is an important process that is related to the security and stability of applications using Java. Its operation is flexibly configured in the Java Control Panel. In some cases, under this file is a hidden virus, which is successfully eliminated by antivirus programs.