How to opt out of the macOS Mojave beta program

Want to stop getting beta updates once the GM version of Mojave is released? Here's how!

Some of us may have been overly impatient for the release of macOS Mojave and instead opted into being part of the beta program to get a sneak peek at Apple's latest and greatest operating system. If you were one of these brave souls, when the Gold Master of macOS Mojave is released, you may want to stick with the stable version rather than keep on getting beta updates. Here's how to do just that.


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Unenroll from the beta

  1. Launch System Preferences.
  2. Click App Store.
  3. Click Change next to where it is written to "Your computer is set to receive beta software updates".

  4. Click Do Not Show Beta Software Updates.
  5. Done!

Once you opt out prior to there GM release you can update to the latest stable OS directly from the App Store.

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