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hi is there anyway to delay the auto update after having started my PC? like for example by 30mins? it would still update automatically if my PC had been on for more then 30 mins

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5 hours ago, Arsenal123 said:

hi is there anyway to delay the auto update after having started my PC

:rolleyes: to Arsenal : You may accomplish that delay by disable the KTS at Pc Startup..

How to do that : open KTS >> click Settings and under Protection >> uncheck

the option "Run kaspersky at computer Startup" once the PC is running 

You can disable the Auto..Update and do it manually

 

otherwise have - No clue how to stop the Updates : That normally happen after

30 mins to 2hrs time after PC - Startup : if you try this test..Make sure at the

End - re Enable the KTS run at computer Startup : Hope this helps out.?

Just curious | Why you wanna delay the Updates..Reduces the protection

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I also run run Mbam i heard they may be some issues if i try to update KTS and scan with mbam at the same time so i wanted to avoid that just out of interest how often does kaspesaky push out updates is there a set time between them eg-5 hours? are they done a t set time eg 0:;00 13:00

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12 hours ago, Arsenal123 said:

how often does kaspesaky push out updates is there a set time between them eg-5 hours?

@Arsenal how's going..? Reread my reply..according with Klab | Updates happen

every 2hrs time : But the ideal will be to update..Right after Startup the PC

 some users report that 1st update occurs after 15 -30 mins after

Start the Pc : Then every 2hrs : More info on this link :mellow:

 

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