Myeclipse updating pulse runtime jres
From the wiki page: Execution environments (EEs) are symbolic representations of JREs.
For example, rather than talking about a specific JRE, with a specific name at a specific location on your disk, you can talk about the J2SE-1.4 execution environment.
A driver or an incompatible application to your PC modules might have caused Myeclipse Updating Pulse Runtime Jres.
As a way to stabilize the state of the computer, you should change or re-install its os.
I said all that to set up the answer for you, so you understand what Maven is doing and these instructions are doing. Then go into the "Execution Environments" preferences section, select Java SE-1.8 and make sure that your JDK is checked as the default implementation.
Blue Screen of Death Even though you have the newest operating system, you can still encounter this Myeclipse Updating Pulse Runtime Jres.
Time is your main enemy as it will make the problem worse if not solved quickly.
To solve the problem, you need to know its real cause, it will also help you at least prevent it to happen again in the future.
From your screen shot I can see that you have both JDK and JRE 1.8 set up in your workspace, so ideally you should remove one (the JRE). And if someone else imports the project, it will point to wherever they have a matching JDK installed.
*By the way, it's perfectly acceptable and normal to have different versions of Java there; I often work on different projects that target different Java versions.