Oracle Time stamp folder after Java update.


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After updating to the latest Java a folder name OracleUsage.timestamp keeps popping up. What is this and how do I stop it from being created?

I've just been deleting them when I see it.



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Hi Kev,

Not sure, but it's on my W10 v1511b10586.36 Dell desktop PC too. My file listing only shows 1KB, so it's certainly not a very large file. Unless yours is in MB or GB, I don't think it's anything to worry about. That's a pretty small price to pay for running Java which you need for online media streaming or game play.


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