Tesla Browser is a fast and simple web browser based on Chromium making it just as secure and stable.
Warning. Disabling auto-updates is not recommended. You may not receive the latest security updates if you do not update automatically.
To disable auto-updates, you need to go to the Custom installation section, during the browser installation process and uncheck the box - Allow browser auto update.
If the browser installation was completed with auto-update enabled, then you can disable it later in the following way:
- Open the standard Windows Task Manager
- Go to the Startup section, find the name "TeslaBrowserUpdater" in the list
- Right-click in the Status column and click Disabled in the context menu.
To enable auto-updates again, you need to repeat the previous steps and select the status of the name "TeslaBrowserUpdater" - Enabled in the context menu. As an alternative, you can go to the official website and download the most current version of the browser and install it on your PC.
You can check out the detailed guide here