OS X 10.11 El Capitan Second Beta Released for Developers
The second beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan was released today by Apple to registered developers for testing. The latest operating system by Apple was released just two weeks back at the WWDC 2015. The second beta had all the changes and improvements.
The OS X Server 5.0 beta 2 has also been released by Apple. The update can be obtained through the Apple Developer Center and Mac Apple Store for the 15A204h build. The new update focuses on some new features and improved functions.
The OS X El Capitan has almost the same features as the OS X Yosemite. A number of Mac apps and processes have been made faster with this update. The system level graphics have increased up to 40 percent with the introduction of Metal.
With the OS X El Capitan the Mission Control feature has been refurbished from scratch and thanks to the new Split View option, now you can use two apps together on full screen. New options have been introduced in Safari with a much profound functionality of Spotlight.
The Pinned Sites have also been added for housing frequently-visited websites. Another addition in the list of additions is the universal mute button that can be used for muting all tabs.
iOS style gestures and Smart Suggestions have been added in the updated Mail. Photos, Notes and Maps have also undergone minor changes and improvements. Although the OS X 10.11 El Capitan is only available for developers for now, the company plans on releasing the software for public as well in July.