Please follow these steps to stop Google Chrome from continuously notifying you to update your Java
For Windows systems
1.The easiest way is to create a shortcut of Google Chrome on your Desktop (You probably already have one there).
2. Right Click on the Chrome icon and click on Properties
3. Make sure you are under the Shortcut tab and click inside the "Target" box.
4. Press on the ->(Right Arrow) key until you get to the end of the line.
5. Press SPACE then type --allow-outdated-plugins
It should look something like this
"C:\Program Files\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --allow-outdated-plugins
6. Click on Apply then OK.
You can also stop not only the update notification from showing up, but the notification that tells you to Allow Java to Run. To stop both notifications from showing up in Chrome, the Target should look like this
"C:\Program Files\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --allow-outdated-plugins --always-authorize-plugins
(There is a single space between -plugins and -always)
Google Chrome notifications on Java should stop.
For Mac OS X systems
Since Chrome is a 32bit browser, we suggest using Firefox.
1. To Stop receiving notifications on Firefox, on the URL, type
2. On the Search bar, type "plugins"
3. Find pluginis.hide_infobar_for_outdated_plugin
3.Double click on it to toggle it to "true"
Firefox Java notifications should stop.