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Apple tweaks Software Updater following criticism

Following the huge backlash that erupted in the wake Apple's decision to push Safari to all Windows users via the Apple Software Updater, the company has made some tweaks to the UI in an attempt to improve matters.
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The option to install the Apple Software Updater is pre-check during the iTunes install routine.

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Old Apple Software Updater showing new update available.

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Apple Software Updater 2.1.

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Running the Apple Software Updater 2.1 shows Safari as being available.

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If you don't want the Apple Software Updater to offer you Safari, here's how to make it do away.

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Here's how to make hidden update reappear ...

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