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How to stop Apple from automatically downloading new software for your Mac (AAPL)

There are a lot of reasons why Apple wants its users to keep their Mac software up-to-date, with security fixes and the latest features at the top of the list. So Apple has recently started automatically downloading the latest version of MacOS onto most people's computers. With the latest version of MacOS, Sierra, Apple is automatically downloading the major update, which takes up about 5GB of space.
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