Here comes the sixth beta of OS X El Capitan for developers for testing purposes which Apple has released today. One week after the roll out of OS X El Capitan beta 5 and nearly two months after unveiling the new Mac operating system at its WWDC 2015, OS X El Capitan beta 6 download is made available for those registered members of Apple Developer Program.
Apple chose to forgo adding a bunch of new features in favor of performance and stability improvements. With few changes, though, such as a revamped Mission Control with Split Screen, pretty much focused on under-the-hood performance improvements, the OS X 10.11 El Capitan beta 5 brings with it bug fixes to optimize the Mac OS ahead of its public launch.
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. Along with the new systemwide font, EL Capitan includes a new Split View feature for using two full-screen apps at once, deeper functionality for Spotlight, and several new features for Safari, including Pinned Sites for housing frequently visited websites and a universal Mute button that quiets all tabs.
OS X 10.11 El Capitan is available to both registered developers and public beta testers, and for the final version of it, Apple will release to the public in the fall.