8 years ago
I updated the idea, since the default interval in Qiana has been set to 30 minutes. Which, in my opinion, is still too short....
In Linux Mint 17 (Qiana), the default is set to 30 minutes. I agree that it is still too short, as software is not pushed often enough to validate such a small time-frame. A more reasonable default-time would be every 6 hours to once a day; consider those with limited bandwidth!
Not to mention that you can still change it if you'd like to check more often.
@luisneves Yes, there needs to be an option to specify a time of day to check for updates, though this can be simulated by waiting until the desired time and setting "every 1 day(s)".
you cant config the time
Maybe the default setting is there since people aren't always connected to the internet and they may never get updates if it only checks once a day.
Open Update Manager
Select the interval you prefer and click "Apply"