Apple today released the second beta of OS X El Capitan download links for Mac developers to test drive, just over two weeks after unveiling the new operating system. The OS X 10.11 El Captitan beta 2 for Mac brings with it new changes and can be found right after this jump.
It looks like Apple attempting at focusing on OS X 10.11 El Capitan’s performance, speed and stability, with a lot of under-the-hood tweaks packed into the release. The update, build 15A204h, is available through the software update mechanism in the Mac App Store and through the Apple Developer Center. Apple has also released OS X Server 5.0 beta 2.
Behind-the-scenes improvements in El Capitan have made a number of apps and processes on the Mac much faster, and the introduction of Metal makes system-level graphics rendering 40 percent more efficient. Wit a new systemwide font, the OS X El Capitan includes a revamped Mission Control feature, a newSplit View inclusion for using two full-screen apps at a time, deeper functionality for Spotlight, and several other new features for Safari, including Pinned Sites for housing frequently-visited websites and a universal mute button also found that quiets all tabs.
Mails on the second OS X 10.11 El Capitan beta has also been updated. Now with new iOS-esque gestures and Smart Suggesstions, and Photos, Notes, and Maps have been gained small and incremental improvements.
You can update to the second beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan without much trouble. Simply launch the Mac App Store, click on the Updates tab up top, and after a few seconds the second beta update will pop up, waiting to be downloaded.
Update 1x: OS X 10.11 El Capitan is currently only available to registered developers, but nevertheless Apple plans to offer a public beta of the software in July. Following testing, El Capitan will see the final launch in the fall of 2015.