This post will present steps to help you Turn off/Turn on Automatic Software Update on MacOS Mojave. At times, Automatic Software Update function on your Mac bothers you due to the fact that you will lose disk space unexpectedly. If you just interested in the older version of macOS and you don’t feel comfortable with new features and updates, you can follow the guide below to switch off/on this unnecessary feature. Let’s get started.
Disable Automatic Software Update on macOS Mojave
Step 1. First off, navigate to “ Apple ” icon which is at the top of the screen.
Step 2. Later on, select “ Software Update ”.
Now if your macOS Mojave is up to date, you will see a notification “ Your Mac is up to date (macOS version )”.
Then, have a look at the bottom, you will see there is an option “Automatically keep my Mac up to date”
If you choose “ Advanced ” and open that box, then you will get several choices:
- Check for updates.
- Download new updates when available.
- Install app updates from the App Store.
- Install macOS update.
- Install system data files and security updates.
In this tab, you can check the boxes corresponding to the items you desire your mac to perform and uncheck the boxes next to the actions you want to disable.
In addition, you can also check updates from,
Step 1. Click on “ Apple icon ” appear on the top Menu bar.
Step 2. Then, click “ App Store ”.
By doing this, you will be directed to the App Store and you will be able to check updates of macOS and applications from there.
So that is the end of this topic! I expect you will find that this tutorial is helpful.