JQS.exe is Java Quick Start that reduces the start-up time of the Java applets in your system. This program utilizes around 1.5 Megabytes of the computer memory. In addition, it uses 2 Megabytes of the virtual memory slot to run in your system. It efficiently prefaces the Java Runtime Environment Files into the memory. This drastically reduces the start-up time of the Java based applications saved in your PC. This program works great at clearing up your system’s memory by eliminating redundant processes. There is absolutely no need to run this program every day. The ideal duration of running this program is once in two-three weeks.

This program is located in the Task manager in your system. It runs in your system’s background. The most striking advantage of this system is that it does not exhaust much of your hard-disk’s memory. It is pre-installed in operating systems like Windows XP and Windows 2000. This program will however stop running if your notepad is running on the battery. This service will resume once the electrical chord is re-plugged into your laptop. This program is of no use if he does not have java based applets installed in his system. You can disable JQS.exe by following the below path:

• Go to the Control Panel (Start > Control Panel).
• Double click the Java icon to open the Java Control Panel.
• Now click on the Advanced option
• Goto Miscellaneous and you will find that Java Quick Start has been enabled.
• Uncheck the box to disable the JQS.exe process.