How to Fix macOS 10.14 Update Not Showing on App Store
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How to Fix App Store Not Showing Updates on macOS 10.14
It's common to come across a misleading macOS App Store updates page right after executing the macOS 10.14 update. A user may awe-struck to observe that macOS 10.14 App Store updates are not showing with clear-cut precision after installing the macOS 10.14 update. The user experiencing these views a list of app update badges with active update buttons beside each of them, but runs into a "No Updates Available" error message when clicking on the updates icon. Such non-responsive updates are called ghost updates.
App store not showing updates on macOS 10.14 is an outcome of a breach in data transmission between the App Store updates page and the App Store badge. They occur, especially when requests for updates overrun the Apple server during the early days of the macOS update release.
The section below shows how to fix macOS 10.14 update alert not showing on App Store.
1. Shut Down and Restart
A shut down relieves every functionality from any form of activity to pave the way for booting from full static, wherein all caches are overwritten, and the App Store gets to re-ascertain app updates.
2. Alter Preference Settings
If macOS 10.14 updates are not appearing in the App Store, there may be some preference settings that are preventing it from doing so.
Open System Preference and select the App Store, and then turn on the automatic updates check function for all the options. Click "Check Now" to see if the problem has been resolved. If not, then move on to the next step.
3. Check Recent App Store Purchases
Open the App Store, and click on the 'Purchased' icon. Sign in with am Apple ID. By clicking the purchased app, a user may Sometimes the server might interpret the user's act of clicking the 'Purchased' icon as an indication that the user has logged out, and might require a fresh login. This might refresh the updates page to reveal real updates. But if macOS 10.14 App Store updates are still not showing, then proceed to the next step.
4. Update Apps Manually
When inside the Purchased page, check each app in turns to see if they have any pending updates, then download these updates. Sometimes, by performing just one manual updates check in this manner, the user might end up restoring the proper functioning of the Updates window. Of the issue persists, move on to the next option.
5. Check for Updates on the Featured List
Open the App Store, and then click on the Featured icon. Click on any update button that appears underneath any of the listed apps to carry out manual updates. Like the previous step outlined above, one manual update carried out in this manner can also restore the proper operations of the Updates window. But if this App Store error fix for updates not showing up doesn't work, then proceed to the next step.
6. Clear Out App Store Cache
Open the Go menu and choose Go To Folder. Then type in ~/Library/Caches. Locate the folder com.apple.appstore. And delete it. Open the Go menu again and choose Go To Folder. Type in /private/var/folders, and then open each of this folder and each subfolder in order to locate the folder com.apple.appstore, and then delete this folder. Restart the Mac. But if the macOS 10.14 update is still not showing in Mac App Store, then proceed to the next step.
7. Remove App Store Preferences
Open the Go menu and choose Go To Folder. Type in ~/Library/Preferences/com, and search for file com.apple.appstore.plist
Delete this file. Open the Go menu again and choose Go To Folder. Type in ~/Library/Preferences/com, and then search for the file com.apple.storeagent.plist
Delete this file, and then restart your Mac.
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