Launch Microsoft Autoupdate Mac
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I knew there was this article! thank you so much and F*CK MICROSOFT AUTOUPDATE, what a trash, how can they ignore so much the user preferences, it was impoooooossible to find where to put it off, jesus christ, even with 0 ZERO microsoft applications it kept bringing up this stupid autoupdate window, NO THANKS I RATHER STICK WITH PAGES, KEYNOTE and SLIDES
Thank you for the easy to follow instructions. I deleted the file and the annoying update balloon no longer appears when I open my docs. I use Word sparingly but the autoupdate gave me the creeps when I could not stop it.
You should also delete com.microsoft.autoupdate.helper from ~/Library/PrivilegedHelperTools, com.microsoft.update.agent.plist from ~/Library/LaunchAgents and com.microsoft.autoupdate.helper.plist from ~/Library/LaunchDaemons
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By default, App Store checks for updates to the apps you have installed on your Mac and notifies you when updates are available for your apps. To check if your autoupdate is on, go to App Store > Preferences:
MAU has never worked on my Mac (over the last year at least). It always hangs with the progress bar at halfway with any of the Office updates. I always go downloads page: -gb/officeupdates/update-history-office-for-macYou can also d/l MAU here: -gb/officeupdates/release-history-microsoft-autoupdate
If you wish to download a utility tool for Office or simply need to be aware of its latest features, then you might need to know its current version first. Thankfully, it is quite easy to know about the current Office version that you are using on your Mac. Simply launch the Office application (like MS Word) and go to its main menu: Word > About Microsoft Word.
Note: If you have Microsoft Office installed, launch /Applications/Microsoft AutoUpdate.app, click Automatically if that is acceptable for your system, and set the interval to Weekly or Daily. 2b1af7f3a8