You want to remove Microsoft AutoUpdate from your Macbook or MacOS because of its annoyance. Me, too, sometimes is doing things that it keeps appearing to "annoy people". Either you uninstalled Microsoft Office or some Microsoft apps from your Macbook, and so you don't need Microsoft to update apps automatically anymore. In all of the above, you can disable or remove Microsoft AutoUpdate from your Macbook easily according to the instructions below.
How to turn off Microsoft AutoUpdate
To prevent Microsoft Office from updating you simply unmark the Automatically keep Microsoft Apps up to date line. Then turn that window off.
However, the Microsoft AutoUpdate update window will still be visible every time you open any Microsoft application such as Word, Exel…
For example, if you want to delete office updates, see below.
How to delete Microsoft AutoUpdate
To remove Microsoft AutoUpdate from your Macbook. follow the steps below.
Step 1: On the Macbook Finder you press command shift G then paste the path in and click the Go button.
Step 2: You will have a folder named MAU or MAU2.0 depending on the version. Click open the folder.
Step 3: You right-click and select Move to Recycle Bin to delete Microsoft AutoUpdate.
You can then clean up the recycle bin as usual and use the Office machine on your Macbook without being disturbed by the Microsoft AutoUpdate window.
But keep in mind that once deleted, you can no longer update Office. That leads to your Office applications coming out of the way later.
Just a few steps from now on you will no longer be annoyed when you open Office applications. Have you done it yet? If you want to know more about doing something with Office on your Macbook. Please leave your comment below the article.