Here's how to trick macOS to stop raving about updates
Here's how to trick macOS to stop raving about updates,
Microsoft has been criticized for many years, and by almost all recent Windows launches, for overstating to get users up to date.
As pointed out by the readers, Windows 10 is far more offensive, with, among other things, automatic restart of the machine after installing updates. The title has therefore been changed.
Apple more offensive after the release of macOS 10.15.5
And many of you will probably never forget when Microsoft launched Windows 10 upgrades all of a sudden on machines and users that weren't ready for it.
The company has always resorted to tough tricks to force as many people as possible over to the latest version. In the last couple of years, Microsoft has slowed down this strategy after several times launching updates with gross errors.
It is also the case that Windows 10 May update 2004 does not automatically install at the time of writing, it is necessary to request the update in Windows Update. This is to ensure that there are a few errors as possible while allowing machine manufacturers to update drivers and programs.
Apple makes it harder to overlook updates
While Microsoft is less offensive after taking it too far, Apple goes the other way and makes it impossible to use a widely used command to ignore update notifications.
The notifications appear in the system settings and a notification if you have the system settings in the toolbar. It was these alerts that could previously be hidden by the "-ignore" command.
VTRN from the MacRumors forum reveals that it is still possible to hide the notifications by editing com.apple.dock.plist.