There is one feature that I had been waiting for quite some time is the “Automatic Background Software Updates” on Mac. Fortunately, my long wish has come true.
You can now enable automatic background software updates on your Mac-just like you do on your iPhone or iPad. Better still, just in case your device is found to have less space, Apple will automatically remove an unused installer, which you can download later from iCloud.
How to Enable Automatic Background updates for macOS Sierra
Willing to download macOS Sierra automatically on your compatible Mac running El Capitan? Let's find out!
Step #1. First off, you need to launch Mac App Store on your Mac running macOS Sierra.
Step #2. Next, you have to click on the App Store option in the menu bar.
Step #3. Click on “Preferences.”
Alternatively, you can click on Apple Logo from the far top left corner → Click on System Preferences → Click on App Store.
Step #4. Check the box to the left of “Download newly available updates in the background.”
Now, your compatible Mac will automatically download the newly available software updates in the background. When the update is successfully downloaded on your Mac, you will need to click on Install button in order to install the update on your device.
How to Disable Automatic Background Updates for macOS Sierra
What if you want to stop the automatic background software updates on your Mac? There is a way to disable the auto-downloads.
Step #1. Follow the first three steps mentioned above.
Step #2. Finally, you have to uncheck the box next to “Download newly available updates in the background”.
That's all there is to it!
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