Of course. You can temporarily disable it by opening Task Manager (ctrl + shift + esc or ctrl + alt + del -> Task Manager), finding "BrCtrlCntr.exe", clicking it, and pressing "End Task". After doing this, you should be able to install your software without interference.
If that doesn't work, there might still be a 2nd process running in the Task Tray. Open that by clicking the little arrow next to the battery symbol on the lower right corner of the screen. Then, look for a Brother Control Center icon, right-click it, and press "quit" or "exit".