The macOS Mojave is probably one of the biggest macOS update in the recent few years and people are already saying good things about it. Now, I am using Mojave beta on my MacBook Pro and I am certainly enjoying this new experience. My Mac has a brand new dark-mode and it has become even more functional than ever before. The Apple’s macOS is moving to new heights – except for the source of its name. In WWDC event 2018, Apple shared a peek of the new features coming to Mac machines with the update. The Mac operating system is now getting a wide dark mode along with the update of Mojave, a revamped app store, new native apps, and a new name.
The Apple has been decided to move from the state of California to more arid terrains and it has planned to naming the next version called macOS Mojave which is pronounced as mo-hah-vee. The Dark Mode has been introduced by Apple that applies to most of the app by Apple as well as the noted third-party developers, besides the status bar and the Finder. Rest of bringing new features, the new desktop operating system from Apple has also relocated some of the old features. One of those features is the user’s ability to check for software updates. To help users grapple with this change, in this article, we are going to show you how you can check for software updates in macOS Mojave:
Check for Software Updates in macOS Mojave
Before macOS Mojave coming, the users could easily check for the app as well as operating system updates by visiting the Mac App Store app. However, in Mojave, Apple has changed that. Now, the “Updates” section available in the Mac App Store shows only the app updates and the software updates for the operating system has been relocated. Still, it is very easy to access and check for software updates and this is how you can do that:
Click on the Apple logo on the top left corner of your desktop and then click on “System Preferences”.
Now, locate the new “Software Update” option and click on it.
Now, you have to see when your Mac last checked for system updates and manage your update settings.
Now, you have to enable either the “Automatically keep my Mac up to date” option which can be used to automatically download and install any software update that is released or you have to click on the “Advanced” button to configure how you want your system to handle updates.
Manually Check for System Updates in macOS Mojave
That was a fairly easy tutorial and I hope that none of you had any problem in following it. Still, if there is something that is confusing to you, just shoot your question in the comments section below. While you are at it, do let us know which is your favorite macOS Mojave feature.