As I understand it, Apple is no longer supporting quicktime for windows 10. According to what I've read, installing it, would lead to vulnerabilities for my computer. Is there a way to stop the pop up asking me to install quicktime on my computer?
You can disable the Quicktime alert in the Options screen. If you want to use Quicktime .mov files, you ill have to have Quicktime installed. The current installers for Quicktime have entirely removed any of the web plugins that could create potential security issues, so installing Quicktime is harmless. But if you prefer not to use it, you can just convert your .mov files to a different format.
Thank you Axel...
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