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6.3. Adjusting Automatic Updates

Fedora is configured to apply all updates on a daily schedule. If you want to change the how your system installs updates you must do so via '''Software Update Preferences'''. You can change the schedule, the type of updates to apply or to notify you of available updates.
In Gnome, you can find controls for your updates at: System -> Preferences -> System -> Software Updates. In KDE it is located at: Applications -> Settings -> Software Updates.

 
 
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