How to Enable or Disable Automatic Updates on Mac

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Just like smartphones, iOS too offers a feature called auto update. If your iOS or Mac OS X has this feature enabled, all of your apps and games will be updated automatically once you are connected with your WiFi networks. Yes, this feature keeps your apps and other important things updated with their latest versions so you won’t be able to fix them in the future. Everything will be fixed itself and you will left with an updated Mac OS X with the latest apps. 



Automatic update feature installs updates which are available for your system without your permission. You don’t need to click on any options or go for the update section, Automatic Updates option allows your system to update itself. If you find it annoying or don’t want to keep this feature enabled, you can simply turn it off or can disable this feature by toggling on and off button. Following steps will guide you to enable or disable automatic updates on Mac easily.



How to Enable or Disable Automatic Updates on Mac

Step 1 :

Go to the Applications section from the Dock. Go to the Dock and Select Applications option.

Step 2 :

Now, select the AppStore option from the Applications section. Click on to the icon.



Step 3 :

You’ll see a number of options regarding this Automatic Updates option. click on the tick mark next to Automatically check for updates. You will be able to uncheck this tick mark to stop/ disable automatic update option.

Simple! Apart from this, you can even make a few other changes to keep your Mac updated. You can simply check or uncheck the options to make further changes to your system within the same page.