Adobe Flash Player) despite of usage of --allow-outdated-plugins argument on launching.So disabling automatic updates becomes critical untill a way to enable outdated plugins in the new versions appears to save very old machines.The browser also checks for updates at regular intervals and displays this auto-update dialog as a reminder if you have not yet updated.
If you are developing a plug-in for Opera, please see the following article in Dev. For general instructions on installing plug-ins, refer to either: Java software allows you to run applications called "applets" that are written in the Java programming language.Update September 2015: The You Tube Center add-on no longer works on some of the latest browser versions.If the instructions here do not work, you can try downloading the developer version.We can delete or disable these files and tasks to block auto-update functionality in Opera. Now the scheduled task responsible for Opera auto-update feature has been removed.Once we successfully disable auto-update feature in Opera, it'll always show "An error occurred while checking for updates" message in about window as shown in following screenshot: Just check out following simple steps to disable auto-update feature in Opera: First of all we need to delete the task scheduled for automatically checking for new updates: 1. Now click on "Task Scheduler Library" in left-sidebar and look for "Opera Scheduled Autoupdate" task in right-side pane. Select this task and press Delete key to delete it from the list. Now its turn of Opera's Autoupdate EXE file which is used by Opera to automatically check and download new updates.