Automatic updates may be annoying sometimes usually when you are in middle of something very important process. Automatic updates also uses your too much data if you have some kind of limited plan also and it updates your App if a single version difference is also detected. It may be useful for some users but not for all users.
It it really useful for those who often update their Software/Apps in order to take advantage of new features provided by the software vendors. But some of the users find it irritating because they might be doing something important than updating their Apps/Software on Mac OS. As this service is provided for their user’s to stay updated on their Software’s/Apps, but still if you don’t like it then you can Disable this Services as per your Needs. Let’s get started with this trick on:
How to Disable Automatic App Updates in OS X Mavericks
- Open your System preference by double-clicking on “System preference” icon on the Dock.
Note: You can create it by clicking on Apple icon in the task bar and select “System Preference” from the drop down menu.
- After opening System Preference, click on your Apps Store.
- Now just uncheck the box next to “Automatically check for updates”.
- It’s Done.
You can enable it later on if you want to enable your Automatic Updates on your Mac OS X Mavericks.
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