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Apple releases OS X El Capitan beta 7 for developers and fifth public beta for participants in the test program

Following yesterday’s unsuccessful release a public beta version of OS X El Capitan, Apple has issued another, the seventh test build of the new software platform for developers. Tuesday, as you know, the release of OS X El Capitan public beta 5, but within the hour for unknown reasons, the update was withdrawn. Today the update is once again available for members of the Appleseed program.

It’s been two weeks since the release of previous builds of OS X El Capitan for the developer. Room update – 15A263e. Seventh beta of OS X 10.11 does not contain any visible innovation: Apple continues to optimize the performance of internal services and to eliminate possible errors.

At the same time became available update OS X El Capitan public beta 5, which can install all participants in the test program. Release the first public beta of OS X 10.11, we recall, took place in early July. Two weeks later users became available second build with bug fixes. Fifth public beta debuted after the seventh beta version for developers. Changes correspond to changes in the current development build.

OS X El Capitan was officially presented in June at WWDC 2015. In OS increased the performance of some applications and processes, a new system font, the deeper integration of the Spotlight, improved browser and added the ability to use full screen two apps in Split View. Apple promises that the OS will allow 1.4 times faster to launch apps, 2 times faster to switch between them, and 4 times faster to open PDF files.

OS X El Capitan presents beta 7 in the developer portal of Apple. Download the update section of the settings directory, Mac App Store. To be able to download a public beta of OS X El Capitan, just go through a short registration on the website of the company. More information can be found here. The release of the final version of OS X 10.11 will be held this fall.

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