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How To Turn On Automatic Updates For Macos



Software normally goes through an endless cycle of patches and upgrades to improve security and performance. As completing the updates manually for your applications can become a repetitive and time-consuming task, you can quickly turn on automatic updates to have the Mac OS system do this for you. This step-by-step tutorial will show you how.

Step 1
Click on System Preferences from the Apple logo on the top left of your screen.



Step 2:
Click on the App Store [/b icon.



Step 3

Ensure that the checkbox is ticked under “Automatically check for updates” .



Step 4

Ensure that the checkbox is ticked under “Download newly available updates in the background “



Step 5

Additionally, you can click on the “Install App updates” or “Install OS X updates” checkboxes to automatically install the new updates.



’Now that the automatic updates are enabled, you don’t have to worry about manually checking if there is a new update for your applications each time.’
 
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