“Apple will begin pushing macOS Sierra as an automatic download beginning on Monday [October 10th],” Jake Smith reports for ZDNet. “macOS Sierra will download in the background and prompt users to install the update, when convenient, Apple confirmed to The Loop.”

“The update will download when it makes sense and only for Macs that support Sierra and have enough storage space,” Smith reports. “Users can turn off the automatic updates in App Store preferences, and they can be manually deleted.”

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“macOS Sierra will only auto download on computers that have automatic downloads enabled,” Jim Dalrymple reports for The Loop.

“This process is not new on Macs or iOS,” Dalrymple reports. “Auto downloads have been available for some time now and its a feature I’ve had enabled on all of my devices.”

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MacDailyNews Take: If you are subject to bandwidth caps or otherwise concerned, you can turn off auto updates in System Preferences > App Store > check/uncheck to enable/disable the desired functions for updates.