How to disable “just-in time debugging”

Just-In-Time debugging (that annoying pop-up message) is a windows feature that is starting automatically Visual Studio debugger when a software it’s giving a fatal error. There is no need for The Visual Studio debugger to run when some sort of error occurs.

How can you disable this windows feature?
Today I got the perfect solution:
-to stop this message from popping up, go to Control Panel > Internet Options > Advanced, then put a check in the following two boxes:
- Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer)
- Disable Script Debugging (Others)
This is really working ;)

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