This is beta software and is not by any means the finished article.
In fact, that’s the whole point of Apple making it available early as it means you’ll be tasked with reporting any bugs, incompatibilities, or glitches found in the early software.
This gives the US firm plenty of time to iron out issues before millions of people attempt to download on launch day.
Because it’s not the final build, Apple advises that users should not download the macOS beta on their primary Mac. Instead, to avoid any laptop-crashing nightmares when you really need to use your PC, the software should be installed on a secondary MacBook or iMac.
If you happen to have a spare MacBook under the bed then you can check out some of the best five features here.
Author: David Snelling
This post originally appeared on Daily Express :: Tech