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macOS Mojave returns Software Update in System Preferences

Apple brings radical changes on Poppy / MacBook once the final version of this release was released this fall macOS Mojave.

One of the most important and incomprehensible changes for many users is the change "software Update"From"App Store"In the panel"System Preferences".
This is not an absolute novelty. In the past, Apple has had "Software Update" in "System Preferences" until Mac OS X Lion.

With the redesign of a App Store, the update system returns to "System Preferences", where many users see its natural place.

Although the method for receiving updates changed, the new App Store will allow users to download still images installation of MacOS / OS X. This way you can put the picture of install MacOS on an external storage space or you can create one Bootable USB stick.

Returning to the new "Software Update" in macOS Mojave, it offers users a number of options to control automatic updates under the "Advanced" button:

  • Check for updates - automatically check for updates
  • Download new updates when available - automatically download new updates when available
  • Install macOS updates - activating this option involves entering the user password on the system
  • Install app updates from the App Store - install updates of the applications present in the App Store
  • Install system data files and security updates - allows automatic installation of system data and security updates.

In addition to automatic updates, users can check at any time by simply accessing "software Update".

Next, users can see and update the applications in the App Store, Updates section.

macOS Mojave returns Software Update in System Preferences

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