Apple has released an incremental update for OS X El Capitan Beta. The patch fixes bug causing crash when working with 32-bit applications.
On Thursday, Apple launched a program of open testing OS X El Capitan and iOS 9. As promised by the company during the June WWDC, starting July 9 beta updates mobile and desktop operating systems have become available for download to everyone.
Users first public beta version of OS X El Capitan complained about a bug that prevented 32-bit applications in the environment of the new software platform. Apple within 24 hours, has prepared and released a patch to solve the problem.
The final version of OS X El Capitan will offer many improvements into some of the key features, including Mission Control, and Spotlight, as well as built-in apps, including Safari, Mail, Maps, Photos, overall performance improvements and a range of other innovations.
To join the ranks of beta testers OS X El Capitan and iOS 9 and to register for the beta program on Apple’s website. The final version of new platforms, according to tradition, will be released in the fall.
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