Are you tired of seeing this notice, a permanent list of notifications to remind you to upgrade to macOS 10.15 Catalina is? It is possible to stop this notification permanently without the need to upgrade. All it takes is a few commands into the interface Terminal.
Reasons to upgrade
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Every year, Apple upgrades the operating system macOS, and this year is no different. macOS 10.15 Catalina is available for download and installation on most Mac computers that have been created since 2012, there are a lot of good reasons to upgrade, such as the group of entertainment applications the original applications and the applications Safari and Mail, and add a property of Air, which enables you to use iPad as a second screen for your Mac, support for Screen Time, and a myriad of changes.
Reasons not to upgrade
But the operating system macOS 10.15 Catalina represents a radical change in the method of operation of the system of Mac. We received warnings over the past year with the issuance of the Mojave every time we run an application which is still used architecture 32-bit, وCatalina is the first version of the operating system macOS, which does not support 32-bit applications. For many of us, this means either sacrificing access to the applications that we’ve relied on for years, or pay the upgrade costs applications continue to work.
What is more, used Catalina many security features compared to the systems running the Mac arena, including restrictions Gatekeeper to the most stringent, and custom storage system, and other changes that make it difficult for some apps and third party services work as easily as you used before.
The bottom line is that there may be good reasons to avoid updating the Catalina in the current time. But if you are running a version of the Mojave or an earlier version of the system running the macOS on your Mac is compatible, it will remind you to upgrade, in the form of a badge red flags annoying on the icon for System Preference in the app bar and bottom Dock. Fortunately, there is a way to get rid of it.
How to get rid of the reminder to update for run Catalina
The first step in preventing computer your Mac search for update to Catalina.
1) click the Apple and select System Preferences The System Preferences.
2) Click Software Update Software Update.
3) Click on the button marked Advanced Advanced.
4) uncheck the following: check for updates Check for updates and download new updates when available Download new updates when available, and install updates for macOS.
5) Click the OK button.
6) close the window and update the program.
The next step involves opening the Terminal application, which you can find it in Utilities. You can copy these commands and paste it in the window of the Terminal or write them yourself. Follow each line press the button return.
sudo softwareupdate --ignore "macOS Catalina"
You will be prompted to enter your password to authorize this procedure.
defaults write com.apple.systempreferences AttentionPrefBundleIDs 0
The command sudo to modify the update, says it’s the default deactivate a red notification in System Preferences, and is killall, restart the application bar Dock without requiring you to restart your Mac entirely.
When you are ready to finally install the Catalina, you can download it from the Mac App Store. It’s a free download, of course. If you would like to see update notices this temporarily, you can run Terminal and enter this command to reset things to normal.
sudo softwareupdate --reset-ignored