macOS Mojave is probably one of the biggest macOS updates in the last few years, and people are already saying good things about it. I’m using the Mojave beta on my MacBook Pro and I’m absolutely enjoying this new experience. With macOS Mojave, my Mac has a whole new dark mode and is more functional than ever before. However, Apple’s new desktop operating system, apart from bringing new features, has replaced some old features that might annoy some users. One of these features is that the user can check for software updates. To help users deal with this change, in this article we will show you how to check for software updates in macOS Mojave:
Check for Software Updates in macOS Mojave
Prior to macOS Mojave, users could easily check for app and OS updates by visiting the Mac App Store. But in Mojave, Apple changed that. Now the “Updates” section of the Mac App Store only shows app updates, and software updates for the operating system have been repositioned. That said, it’s still pretty easy to access and check for software updates, and you can do it this way:
- Click the Apple logo in the upper left corner of your desktop, and then Click on “System Preferences”.
2. Now, Find and click the new “Software Update” option.
3. Here you can see when your Mac last checked for system updates and manage your update settings.
4. You can enable the “Automatically keep my Mac up to date” option, which will automatically download and install any released software updates, or You can click the “Advanced” button to configure how you want your system to handle updates..
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Manually Checking for System Updates in macOS Mojave
This was a pretty easy tutorial and I hope none of you had any trouble following it. If there is still something that confuses you, just shoot your question in the comments section below. While we’re at it, let us know which macOS Mojave feature is your favourite.