The re-instated pane, which was discovered by a Reddit user, includes Advanced options previously found in the old Mac App Store preference pane, which it replaces.
The change will likely be warmly received by Mac owners, as it means they will no longer have to open the Mac App Store to check for and download system updates, which has been criticized for being a slow and clunky affair in current versions of mac OS.
As expected, the Mac App Store will continue to be the delivery mechanism for individual app updates, the section for which can be accessed via a new sidebar.
mac OS Mojave is limited to registered developers at this time, but later in the summer, Apple plans to make a public mac OS Mojave beta available, giving public beta testers a chance to try the software before it sees a public launch in the fall.
(The one exception to this is the security definition updates described in the next section - if you have that option enabled.) To actually update the system software and Apple application, you have to press the Install button yourself.
Here's how to install Apple software updates on your Mac: That's it!
Although it is out of the Scope of Technical Support for Blizzard to assist, you can search on your own for a program that will tell you what type of motherboard you have, then visit the manufacturer’s website for the update.
A Software Update is an incremental update of the Mac OS and its applications, Security Updates, device drivers, and firmware updates.
Experienced users can download and install the latest motherboard chipset drivers to help resolve rare issues caused by outdated motherboard chipset drivers.
Apple says that in 2018 it is "turning its attention" to the Mac App Store, bringing the desktop-based storefront more in line with the one found on i OS devices.
The Mac App Store has been redesigned from the ground up for mac OS Mojave, the company says, with a new sidebar that has Discover, Create, Work, Play, and Develop tabs.
Like on i Phone and i Pad, the Mac App Store will have articles written by Apple editors to showcase useful apps and games currently popular on the App Store.
This will be found in the Discover tab and include stories, interviews, tips, app collections, and more.