"I removed the program because I get tired of apple update services running every time I reboot."
There are primarily three locations that can start a program or application 'automatically' when booting:
1 - the Programs menu > Startup
2 and 3 - both in the Registry: HKCU and HKLM (Current User and Local Machine)
For both, follow this path -
HKCU or HKLM > Software > Microsoft > Windows > CurrentVersion > Run
In HLKM there may be several Run-prefixed keys; check all, although usually only Run has content of interest.
Just Delete any unwanted entry. But caution - if you don't know what a line is, research it first.
Legitimate applications use these Run keys. Apple shows up here in HKLM.
There are other Registry entries also that start services. See write-ups on various Malware to discover how clever the bad guys are when cloaking their mischief under legitimate Windows functionality.
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