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    How to prevent EZUpdate from loading into taskbar?

    EZUpdate is integrated into Al Suite 3 but is there a way to stop it from loading into the taskbar? I can't seem to find an option. I don't even see it in the startup menu of task manager.

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    Two options:

    1] Right click task bar icon for schedule and bullet point 'none'.

    2] Go to Control Panel, (Programs) uninstall a program, right click AI Suite - Uninstall/Change. Tick EZ Update to uninstall and follow prompts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xyzbird View Post
    Two options:

    1] Right click task bar icon for schedule and bullet point 'none'.

    2] Go to Control Panel, (Programs) uninstall a program, right click AI Suite - Uninstall/Change. Tick EZ Update to uninstall and follow prompts.
    #2 was what I was looking for. I didn't know there was an option to select programs to uninstall. I thought it would uninstall all of AI Suite. I original ticked 'none' but the icon kept on coming back after a reboot.

    Thanks!

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    Option #1 was to stop EZ repeatedly finding an update for Intel Chipset Driver 10.1.1.44 that never got updated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xyzbird View Post
    Two options:

    1] Right click task bar icon for schedule and bullet point 'none'.

    2] Go to Control Panel, (Programs) uninstall a program, right click AI Suite - Uninstall/Change. Tick EZ Update to uninstall and follow prompts.
    Win 10/64:

    Uninstaller for AI 3 won't run from Settings, Apps & Features screen. Modify button greyed out, uninstall does nothing. No right click here.

    Download CCleaner and run the uninstaller for AI 3 and it will give you the choice of removing EZ. It runs the ASUS uninstaller menu with the remove EZ option.
    Found something called system information, gonna turn that off too.
    Cheers ****ers
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    wtf is control panel

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