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How to turn off HP Support Assistant? +1-888-315-9712

HP Support Assistant is a utility tool that is available for free on all the HP PCs and notebooks launched after 2012. This built-in tool facilitates auto-update and comes up with several self-help options that computer users can use to prevent and fix technical bugs. When you open it, you see a dashboard with all the options along with a direct line to the HP phone assistant, all at one place.

Despite so many features and functionalities, some users may find it unnecessary as they may get frustrated the tool continuously sends reminders when they are in the middle of a critical process. Some of the users may not even want an update to run automatically. No matter what the reason is, you can always disable this tool merely by following a set of instructions.

Don’t worry; for all your queries and bug fixes, you can always contact HP support number and get help from a certified and experienced technician. Here, in this article, we have provided steps for modifying HP support assistant settings as well as for its complete un-installation. Check them out:

Steps to change “Update settings”

To alter update periods to control and manage auto-updates, follow these instructions:

  1. Double-click the HP Support Assistant icon on the desktop
  2. Open Settings
  3. You will see "How would you like to receive software updates and messages from HP?"
  4. Go to this, and open the drop-down menu
  5. Choose Never check for updates or messages (Not recommended) from the options
  6. Now, select Never from the options displayed under “Change tune-up schedule”
  7. Save the changes to apply

Steps to disable the “Task Scheduler”

  1. Access the power user menu by pressing Windows + X together
  2. Choose Control Panel
  3. Under System & Security, choose Schedule Tasks available under Administrative Tools
  4. Go to the Task Scheduler Library and then open Hewlett Packard and HP Support Assistant
  5. Right-click the HP Support Assistant and choose Disable

Steps to uninstall HP Support Assistant

  1. Open the Control Panel
  2. Go to Programs
  3. Choose Uninstall a program, and it will show you the list of all programs installed on your computer system
  4. Right-click on HP Support Assistant and choose uninstall from the drop-down menu

For further help, you can contact HP customer support professionals and speak to an expert. The team of professionals can also be contacted to get help on anything and everything associated with the other HP products such as printers, laptops, etc. and software like HP printer assistant, and more. You will be provided with an assured fix in no time.