While Apple recommends installing the latest software is not always the latest version of macOS show themselves well on the old Mac. For most users the best solution would be to stay at an old, but still a more productive system. But how to be with notifications, constantly reminding you to install the new version?
Today we tell about the way, which will allow for such reminders.
- Launch Terminal using Spotlight or find it in the Applications folder – Utilities.
- In the command prompt window, enter the following command:
sudo mv /Library/Bundles/OSXNotification.bundle to ~/Documents/
- The system will require you to enter a password. Enter and confirm the command.
- After done, now all that’s left to overload our Mac.
Now our computer will not receive any notification about new software. Of course, if necessary, you can always upgrade via the Mac App Store manually.
In order to again regain the ability to receive notifications, it is enough to transfer the file OSXNotification.bundle, which is located in the folder “Documents” to the folder /Library/Bundles or by using the command:
sudo mv ~/Documents/OSXNotification.bundle /Library/Bundles/