macOS Mojave doesn't introduce a lot of changes to the Mac user experience, dark mode aside. But one major difference between macOS Mojave and every version of the system released since 2011 is that, outside of the initial update from macOS High Sierra, updates for Mojave aren't handled by the Mac App Store. Instead, when you want to update past macOS 10.14, you'll do so through System Preferences.

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So, if you want to download and install the recently-released macOS 10.14.1, you'll head to the new Software Updates pane in System Preference. Here's exactly what you need to do.

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How to check for software updates in macOS Mojave

  1. Open System Preferences on your Mac.
  2. Click Software Updates.

  3. Click Update Now if an update is available and you want to update your Mac at that moment.

How to have macOS Mojave automatically download and install software updates

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  1. Open System Preferences on your Mac.
  2. Click Software Updates.

  3. Click Advanced.
  4. Click the checkboxes to enable or disable automatic update checks and downloading, automatic macOS update installation, automatic app update installation, and automatic installation of system data files and security updates.

  5. Click OK.

Questions?

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If you've got any additional questions about checking for software updates on macOS Mojave, let us know in the comments.

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macOS Mojave doesn't introduce a lot of changes to the Mac user experience, dark mode aside. But one major difference between macOS Mojave and every version of the system released since 2011 is that, outside of the initial update from macOS High Sierra, updates for Mojave aren't handled by the Mac App Store. Instead, when you want to update past macOS 10.14, you'll do so through System Preferences.

So, if you want to download and install the recently-released macOS 10.14.1, you'll head to the new Software Updates pane in System Preference. Here's exactly what you need to do.

How to check for software updates in macOS Mojave

Check For Updates Mac Office

  1. Open System Preferences on your Mac.
  2. Click Software Updates.

  3. Click Update Now if an update is available and you want to update your Mac at that moment.

How to have macOS Mojave automatically download and install software updates

  1. Open System Preferences on your Mac.
  2. Click Software Updates.

  3. Click Advanced.
  4. Click the checkboxes to enable or disable automatic update checks and downloading, automatic macOS update installation, automatic app update installation, and automatic installation of system data files and security updates.

  5. Click OK.

Questions?

If you've got any additional questions about checking for software updates on macOS Mojave, let us know in the comments.

macOS Catalina

Main

Apple Arcade

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Can you outrun killer dark shadows? Take leaps of faith into the unknown? Traverse a world where nothing is what it seems? STELA will test your mettle.

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