When OS X Yosemite was introduced at Apple’s annual developer conference, the company itself announced that the beta version of OS X Yosemite would be made available so that the general public could also test it and help with their feedback to make the final version one hundred percent, all thanks to their public OS X beta program .
At the beginning, the preliminary version was still exclusively for developers , or at least its download was only officially available in their developer program. That was the case until this past Monday when we saw the release of OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 4, but that will change as of tomorrow .
Finally, the Bitten Apple company will allow everyone who registers for their OS X beta program to try out the new version of their operating system. It is important to note that the quota is limited to one million users in order to avoid overcrowding using a version that is still preliminary.
To sign up for this service, simply go to the betas enabled page and log in with your Apple ID , accept the terms and conditions and wait for us to send you an email with a download link , which will start arriving tomorrow.
As we always recommend when talking and handling preliminary versions, stability and correct functioning may not be assured , despite being the fourth version. Therefore, if your daily work depends on smooth performance you better wait for the final version that will come free of any major functional bugs . How will users respond to Apple’s opening of the beta of their operating system?
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