In macOS Mojave, the tool to run system updates has moved to System Preferences; it is no longer in the App Store. This video quickly shows how to access the system update tool and check for updates.
- [Instructor] In previous versions of macOS,…you would go to the app store to update the apps…that you've purchased there, and to update macOS itself.…That has changed in Mojave.…Now, updates to macOS itself are done…in System Preferences, not in the app store.…So let's go into System Preferences,…I'll go to the main system menu, choose System Preferences,…and you will now see there is a section for software update.…And here's another thing you may notice.…Your Mac checks periodically in the background…to see if there are new updates available.…
If there are new updates available…that you have not installed yet,…when you go to System Preferences,…it will skip this main screen and take you…straight into that update panel.…But in general, if you come here to System Preferences,…and you want to check to see if there are new updates,…click on this Software Update button to go to that category…and it will check and let you know…if any new updates are available, and if there are,…you can start the update process from here.…
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