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tony6220 Dec 2005, 10:01This is very strange, i use the latest Outpost with JAVAW.EXE(Azureus), and can report that there is absolutely NO impact on my system whatsoever. I don't want to have more ports open than needed. #1 Antoneo, Oct 11, 2004 Cheetah8799 Diamond Member Joined: Apr 12, 2001 Messages: 4,508 Likes Received: 0 You shouldn't have It's the program that's run in javaw that eat their memory up. See also: Link Annonymous It is NOT a part of Azureus. Source

it's best NOT to leave anything in the trusted apps area, as this allows the app unlimited control & access to the outside. etc.. It was trying to update Java 7, for there is no update for XP. Should resolve although you will not get the updates. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/javaw-exe-and-azureus.1422757/

have you run in rules wizard mode while doing the javaw/azureus sequence you've noted, it may prompt you to create more rules. G. It slows the PC down. Azureus).

See also: Link Siluro I monitored it and found it was using 20k or upload and 80k of download - while the computer was not being used with anything net related. I think it's just because the tracking server is slow or something... slows comp way down. In fact the launcher can't detect 64 bit installed Java (no time to fix).You must use Java portable 64 bit with paths::\PortableApps\CommonFiles\Java_64\:\PortableApps\AzureusPortable\Create a PortableApps folder at the root of your drive

If it is using a lot of CPU/RAM, it either means it is running a heavy Java program, a faulty java program or a Java-written virus. Java Virtual Machine See also: Link Anonymous slows computer performance Michael Sikula Works with Azureus GM It slows down the xp operating system. Joe This is the program I see running when I run my Shimeji (desktop buddies). check my blog robi217 This is the console-less Java runtime environment, required to run any Java program.

Harmless, and if you are complaining about it slowing down your system, please upgrade your PC! Now open the NOD32 Control Center from either the Start Menu (See picture 1) or the System Tray (See picture 2) button. Updated Outpost Pro today to 3.0.543.5722 (431). first noticed it today, after updating to java ver. 5, update 6 tay It's not dangrous .

Change your Azureus settings to use less resources. http://forums.relicnews.com/showthread.php?27175-Weird-incoming-connections-to-javaw-exe The "\jre1.5.0_04\" part of the search path may vary depending on what version you got installed. 2. It is still not working. Step two[edit] In NOD32 Control Center click IMON under Resident modules and filters.

Azureus is a Java based program, so it requires it to run. this contact form Bones Why can't HP make a printer that doesn't have "special needs"?? If you close the program by clicking the "X" in the upper right hand corner of the screen then you are not actually closing azureus as it will still be running I use this to run azureus, ever since i upgraded the java program, it eats into my memory Pete It Kills CPU performance with Azureus.

Google for fixes if you have problems. rypaintD It's the Java Runtime. Its not dangerous Tietäjä :) run by hp printer toolbox grinsili Required to run Java-based programs, if it's slow it's not because of Java itself, but rather because the program written have a peek here Dawn of War 2 Technical Assistance Heretek Cabal Forum Guidelines Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine Single Player Discussion Singleplayer Walkthroughs Multiplayer Strategy Multiplayer Balance Discussion Space Marine Technical Assistance The Forgeworld Forum

javaw It's the SUN JRE. It definitely was installed as part of HP Toolbox. Sentl it is a java file fynn Java runtime Martin Was on several machines which shouldn't be running any java apps and doesn't have direct access to outside world.

It can be a slight system hog because it is a managed language and has garbage collection routines, as well as the fact that it has an intermediate layer for processing...

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Can be used to hide program's console. (keyloggers,spyware) Gash This file is a windowless version of the Java Virtual Machine. It is not dangerous, but tends to be a little memory hungry. Important note: I had originally written these rules for a uTorrent user, however you must change the TCP, UDP listening port in the rules according to your client.(Highlighted in RED) Principles http://wirelessready.org/javaw-exe/javaw-exe-java.html Blog.

Quick Navigation The Workshop Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Welcome to RelicNews Forum Guidelines Newcomers Forum RelicNews Community Gaming The Gamer's Lounge azureus does not run under the process azureus.exe. ZoneAlarm Technical Support Open Monday-Saturday 24 hours PST Click Here to Chat with Technical support now. 10/19/2016 Update version available freeto all users. Be cautious.

See also: Link Nick Dixon The process run when you run a Java application. chillum Kill it. So, how do I do that with NSIS ? Its NOT part of azureus but is needed to run azureus.

Latest: Thebobo, Nov 30, 2016 at 2:49 PM Off Topic AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Software > Software for Windows > Toggle Width Style forums.anandtech.com - UI.X After killing javaw (and Azureus) my computer resumes to normal speed. Your java programs (Azureus, limewire, etc) eat up the resources, javaw just does what these programs tell it to do. here's what the script looks like so far : ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Name "Azureus" Caption "Azureus" Icon "Azureus.ico" OutFile "Azureus.exe" SilentInstall silent AutoCloseWindow true ShowInstDetails nevershow !define APP "Azureus" !define VER "" !define

Snake It definitely was installed as part of HP Toolbox. That suck. P2K's the head brain around here & we bow and scrape to his infinitly superior age and wisdom, if not beoooty. So all that Airbus-delay trouble over here in Europe is because of YOU!

It uses a lot of performance, but on my old (P3 733) system it only uses around 5% CPU with Azureus. If you have any standard antivirus or even the default windows firewall, it will not let any unregistered application use javaw to run as background process. Jack After my computer slowed down and CPU usgae was 100%, I looked forn the cause. javaw.exe is definitely in the Java package for java apps compatibility and execution. 26th May 041:26 AM #6 Moe View Profile View Forum Posts View Articles Finally done.

It's not actually spyware or Malware, but it often hogs memory like crazy. So I think it can be openly discussed here. Please reinstall or define exe4j_java_home to point to an installed 64-bit jdk or jre""The JVM could not be started. By itself, not dangerous at all.