OS X El Capitan Security Updates
OS X El Capitan Security Updates
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OS X El Capitan Security Updates10.11.6

19 July 2016

Security Updates for OS X El Capitan.

Overview

Apple OS X El Capitan, the latest version of the Mac operating system, builds on the groundbreaking features and beautiful design introduced in OS X Yosemite, refining the experience and improving performance in lots of ways that you’ll enjoy everyday. El Capitan introduces enhancements to window management, built-in apps and Spotlight search, and makes everyday activities - from launching apps to accessing email - faster and more responsive. Metal, Apple’s breakthrough graphics technology, is integrated into El Capitan delivering system-wide performance gains and enabling games and pro apps to tap into the full power of Mac graphics processors.

What's new in OS X El Capitan Security Updates

Version 10.11.6:

Note: This update is provided for all users that have an earlier version of OS X 10.11.x already installed on their machine. Please note that macOS or OS X downloads or installations typically need to be handled via the App Store.app or directly from Apple.

  • Resolves an issue that may prevent settings from being saved in accounts with parental controls enabled.
  • Resolves an issue that prevented some network devices, such as speakers and multifunction printers, from accessing SMB share points.

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95 Reviews of OS X El Capitan Security Updates

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greenwavelet-throw
07 February 2018
Version: 10.11.6

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I wasted time and signed up just to find outthis is a combo update that requires 10.11 to already be installed... Who needs you for this? The whole point is to download the basic installer.
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greenwavelet-throw
07 February 2018
Version: 10.11.6
I wasted time and signed up just to find outthis is a combo update that requires 10.11 to already be installed... Who needs you for this? The whole point is to download the basic installer.
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arvidberentsen
07 January 2017
Version: 10.11.6
Does not work!
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ososX
03 October 2016
Version: 10.11.6
I can't find MacOS X 10.12 Sierra on MacUpdate? I wanted to read some of the reviews before I install (or not).
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Beasley
04 September 2016
Version: 10.11.6
What a crock - this Software hasn't successfully booted on my OS X (currently10.11.6) for almost a year now.
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Macguruguy
05 August 2016
Version: 10.11.6
2 Constant bugs. First, "This Mac Can't Connect to iCloud because of a problem with..." bug -- cannot resolve. Second, wireless does not automatically connect at boot. Very slow. Many beachballs. And no more Boot Camp support for my 2011 Mac Mini Core i7. Apple...YOU SUCK!
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Holmemoss
24 July 2016
Version: 10.11.6
I haven't had so many spinning beach balls since System 6. Snow Leopard was the best OS Apple produced and it has being going downhill ever since.
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Jayaii
21 July 2016
Version: 10.11.6
After having installed 10.11.6 and the latest security update, Airdrop stopped functioning on my rMBP but not my riMac (both fairly new & robust machines). Tried all prescribed remedies with no luck. Looking forward to the next OS version to magically fix this.
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darkness-surroundz
19 July 2016
Version: 10.11.6
Just thank GOD you are not using WINDOWS 10. And if you dont KNOW whats wrong with it-then IM NOT GOING TO TELL YOU.....(yes mom-ill be coming up for dinner soon)whitebuck is a dumbass-who goes crying to her mom
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RavenNevermore
18 July 2016
Version: 10.11.6
That's it... last update my aging early 2009 iMac will run... :( But at least it runs great!
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MacParc
18 July 2016
Version: 10.11.6
OS X 10.11.6 Delta Update (718 MB): https://support.apple.com/kb/dl1884 OS X 10.11.6 Combo Update (1.54 GB): https://support.apple.com/kb/dl1885
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M85
17 May 2016
Version: 10.11.5
10.11.5 seems to have FINALLY given me a nice and solid base. 10.11.4 final and the 10.11.5 betas were a horror show for me. Think I'll be stepping off the OSX upgrade train for a long while - 10.11.5 has the features and tech I need. Now waiting to see Metal implemented in more third-party apps.
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chawya22
17 May 2016
Version: 10.11.5
Much more responsive and significantly reduced pinwheels.
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Bousozoku
16 May 2016
Version: 10.11.5
I'm glad that Apple continues to fix the many bugs. I wish they'd fix the problem when transferring more than 400 photo files over USB 3.0 over either of my Lexar devices that worked fine with 10.9.5. Having the Finder sit there for 20 minutes or more because I forgot to break up the transfer is frustrating. Yes, they have made progress. iMessage messages show up on my desktop. This is cute. They seem to forget the problems to focus on the cute. Unfortunately, Windows 10 is quite viable now. If the machine I have for that would be comparable in power, I could forget about 10.11.x completely. Since Windows 7, Apple have slowed their progress and since 10.5.x, they have increased their bug-iness.
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Mcr
16 May 2016
Version: 10.11.5
10.11.5 combo update (updates any version of 10.11.x) https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1876?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US delta update (updates over 10.11.4) https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1877?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US I always recommend the Combo, even if you are just upgrading from the previous version. If possible, boot from another partition than the one you are updating. If you have two bootable partitions A and B, boot to A to update B, boot to B to update A. Updating the same drive you are booted from adds more risk. Run Onyx before update, run all the maintenance tasks. RUn Disk Utility First Aid first, make sure no currupted files. BACKUP YOUR DATA, OR BETTER YET, CLONE THE ENTIRE PARTITION BEING UPDATED. Once more: BACKUP YOUR DATA, OR BETTER YET, CLONE THE ENTIRE PARTITION BEING UPDATED. Updates can appear to stall or freeze; leave it alone, be patient, go watch a movie, don't turn your machine off thinking it's stuck, you will corrupt the install. It is normal after an update that the first time you restart, it may take awhile to boot, and the system seems slow for awhile, that is because caches are being refreshed/rebuilt. Most complaints about the system being slower after an update is due to folks giving a review right after rebooting. You need to use the system for a day and run all the apps you normally use at least once, so those apps can rebuild their caches or update their settings. This is likely the LAST dot/dot update for 10.11. The new 10.12 will be demoed next month, and since 10.7, Apple has only released five dot/dot updates for every version of OS X.
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jcraig
16 May 2016
Version: 10.11.5
Thanks MU for providing links to the Combo updater.
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Macsuga
05 April 2016
Version: 10.11.4
All I get from updating to this is finder and app crashes.... I need to find the full install of 10.11.3!
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Frankeed
22 March 2016
Version: 10.11.4
Anyone else using 10.11.4 having problems with Command + t not opening new tabs in browsers and the finder?
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Tomq
22 March 2016
Version: 10.11.4
My Word documents do not open anymore; and the Browser window in SecuritySpy is broken. Never had these problems before 10.11.4
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Jayaii
22 March 2016
Version: 10.11.4
I previously reported a nonfunctioning screen saver after updating to OS 10.11.4. That problem resolved after running TinkerTool System's "System Optimization" and then restarting the computer. It's possible that only one of the aforementioned tasks did the trick, but I have no way of being certain.
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Verne-Arase
22 March 2016
Version: 10.11.4
Wow ... pretty intense update, but all seems to be well -- needed to reinstall the Logitech software though. Environment: Retina iMac late 2014, Core i7 4ghz, 32 GB, 3TB Fusion, AMD Radeon R9 M295X.
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Yazarim
22 March 2016
Version: 10.11.4
The slowest and most garbled OSX ever
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RunHomeSlow
21 March 2016
Version: 10.11.4
10.11.4 combo update link: https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1869?locale=en_US
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Jessicajazz
10 February 2016
Version: 10.11.3
For my machine (Mac Pro, mid-2012, 16MB) it's OK. I did NOT like that my machine updated itself without my permission. I do NOT like changed settings in preferences on how to update as I had decided to wait. It decided not too. But it's stable. More-so than before. A bit faster, but I see "social networking" looming, and less work getting done. Dreamweaver works and so does Photoshop 6. Everything works. Mail still slow and sync is weird but not often used here. All in all, a good update if you have no mods on your system. If you do, remove them and do a combo update. So far so good. Note to Apple: please. I am the human. It is a machine. Let's keep that thought for awhile. Hi to my friends. Bye to the others.
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Mcr
08 February 2016
Version: 10.11.3
I have updated five Yosemite systems to El Cap, ranging from 2009 to 2015 models. All run faster with El Cap than they did with Yosemite. Stability about the same, i.e. no worse no better. Lastest Office 2016 Mac 15.18 and El Cap 10.11.3 are solid. I work with others who also manage Mac systems, for the most part, the ones that have problems with El Cap (slow, instability), it almost always is due to the following: 1) older system, 4GB or less of RAm 2) they upgraded over an older system but didn't confirm all their apps are El cap compatible, or didn't update their apps first before updating the OS. 3) Upgraded and had existing apps which require files or access in System/Library folder, and don't have SIP disabled. 4) running hacked (k'racked) apps they download from torrents (but won't admit it, easier to blame Apple) 5) multiple upgrades on same system over last several versions of OS X (i.e. upgraded over 10.8, to 10.9, to 10.10, to 10.11. Just need to go with a clean install. 6) if your mac runs fine RIGHT AFTER a clean install, before you install any other 3rd party apps, then it's a good indication your problem is not an OS X issue but some 3rd party app. Add them back one at a time, test inbetween after each app install, till you find the 'problem' app. 7) user are using a system mod that requires disabling SIP or part of SIP; examples are cDock, TotalFinder, and so on. Just because SIP is disabled, doesn't mean these system mods/hacks are going to run flawlessly like they did under Yosemite. Even the developers of these mods will tell you that. for those complaining about SIP, and just in general the steps Apple is taking to secure the system, see this article about recent malware pretending to be a Flash update https://www.intego.com/mac-security-blog/fake-flash-player-update-infects-mac-with-scareware/ I'm not claiming SIP would stop this specific malware (depends on what it does) but the point is, there is no technical reason why this type of malicious stuff won't continue to increase.
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Jessicajazz
07 February 2016
Version: 10.11.3
Has everyone slipped away from MU? I thought the posts here would be numerous. Some frantic, some furious, some supportive, some glowing. Yet it is like a desert town after high noon here. Complete with tumbleweeds. What in tarnation is going on? Should I install or not? I've read many articles trashing this version, but not a peep here. Is anyone home? Hello?
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djanni
22 January 2016
Version: 10.11.3
El Capitan is literally the worst piece of crap operating system I have ever run on a mac. I have never seen the spinning wheel so much in my life. After having so many problems I was ready to throw the iMac out the window, I went through the (not easy anymore) work of doing a clean install wiping my hard drive. Still runs like an old PC. Great job Apple developers, all the bells and whistles on a now unproductive computer is just GREAT.
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turninin29
21 January 2016
Version: 10.11.3
I was skeptical of downloading El Capitan for my 2011 MacBook Pro because I had done a similar OS upgrade on my older 2007 MacBook in 2010-11 and it literally ruined my computer! I recently purchased a GoPro camera and was not able to download the GoPro Studio software without version 10.9 or later. I was running 10.7 on my 2011 MacBook Pro. I read mixed reviews and decided to give it a shot, still worried I would ruin this MacBook much like my previous one. The El Capitan download took about 45 minutes or so to complete. The computer started and restarted a couple times which had me worried. The first time I logged in to my desktop seemed to run a bit slow. (Again, worried as I remembered similar issues with the 2007 MacBook I owned). Every one of my programs and desktop folders transferred over seamlessly! The first couple of times I powered down and then powered back up seemed to log in a bit faster each time. After about 3 or 4 days of using my computer I can now say it appears to be performing exactly as it was before downloading El Capitan! Everything appears to be running great with no issues. I can't say there is much of a difference with this 10.11 OS compared to my 10.7, but I successfully downloaded the GoPro software which was my main reason for converting! So all in all, I am very happy with the transition! I was actually shocked at how accurate the update was. Everything is in the same place, and even the widgets and my notes on my sticky pads from DashBoard are EXACTLY as I had them on 10.7! I would recommend this update to anyone who NEEDS the update. If you are doing it just to do it, I probably wouldn't take the risk as there are no big changes that I have found other than the split screen mode, which I really don't see myself using. The OS doesn't appear to be operating any faster, in fact I think log in is a bit slower, so from a functional stand point I don't see any real advantages other than being able to use newer software and such that requires a more up to date OS. For the slower boot-up and log in I am giving it a 4.5 out of 5. For ease of dowload, transition and everything after the boot-up/log-in it is a perfect 5 out of 5! I hope this helps! Thanks, Brad
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Pik80
20 January 2016
Version: 10.11.3
No major problems with me. Nice step up from Yosemite in terms of stability.
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ianrid
19 January 2016
Version: 10.11.3
Safari seems to run smoother but the caching problem is still not fixed, i.e. it doesn't go back to the last version of a page visited but to an earlier version.
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chaznewc
19 January 2016
Version: 10.11.3
Installed fine on my 2009 15" MBP. Everything is in working order. I ran Onyx and Time Machine before hand.
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Billybob152
19 January 2016
Version: 10.11.3
I could not even install any system upgrade from Yosemite on although my computer is listed as being up dateable to 10.10 and beyond. Goes all the way through the upgrade process and then I get a message saying 'Essentials. pkg' is missing. Now, I am screwed because I have no recognizable drive to boot. Cannot even go back to 10.9.5. I have to take my mac mini back to the Apple Store so they can reinstall 10.9.5 since there is no install system disc to reinstall at home.. Did this 5 times on my Mac mini and four times on my iMac. This situation sucks and so does Apple. Anyone else have this problem?
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RTouris
19 January 2016
Version: 10.11.3
10.10.3 combo update https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1859?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
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SMS1
13 December 2015
Version: 10.11.2
Proceed with caution! The 10.11.2 update brought my 2 iMacs to their knees … Both machines performed OK after the update but installation or updates of apps and Time Machine were crippled to an almost unusable state. For example, an update to Microsoft Office that should have taken about 5–10 minutes took more than an hour … the console log was flooded with lsd errors (? launch services?) and repeated, by-the-second calls to crash reporter. Even normal file-copy operations were impacted. Fortunately (!) I had a SuperDuper system backup and was able to roll my machines back to 10.11.1 … but that still cost me a lot of time. The good news coming from this is that the problems forced me to reconsider my backup strategies. I’ve abandoned Time Machine altogether … at the best of times, even when running directly (i.e. NOT WiFi) to a fast Thunderbolt drive, the utility is glacially slow. I’ve replaced TM backups with periodic full-system backups by SuperDuper and daily and hourly backups of critical folders using ChronoSync. With ChronoSync you can duplicate the functionality of TM and achieve MUCH faster backups … and the archives that ChronoSync provides yield much easier access to old files/versions. So, bottom line: don’t install this update unless you have a bootable system backup! Disclaimer I am a happy ChronoSync user but I have absolutely no involvement, financial or otherwise, with the developers … I’m strictly an end user.
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Larry-Klein
09 December 2015
Version: 10.11.2
Like all El Capitan installs, there is a freeze on boot. A restart holding the shift key worked again.
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Holmemoss
09 December 2015
Version: 10.11.2
Downloading through the App Store, there is also OS X El Capitan Recovery Update 1.0 which 'includes improvements to OS X Recovery'.
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NedC
09 December 2015
Version: 10.11.2
Still doesn't work with POP mail systems but they managed to dump Herald as not approved for this update. Don't they get it. ALOT of people choose a POP account. Not all of us like imap.
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Mcr
08 December 2015
Version: 10.11.2
the link above is to the full download at the Mac Store. This is the link to the combo updater. https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1850?locale=en_US
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ososX
08 November 2015
Version: 10.11.1
The road to hell is paved with good intentions ! A lot of new ideas but sloppy, sloppy and once again sloppy mess ... how a new OS looses the SMTP server of the provider of the OS (iCloud). It sounds like M$ at its worse. Have you tried to set up alert for travel time on you Mac ? you'll find out that the alert is (the alert time)+(the travel time). Calendar is not synchronized with the address in the address book. Mess, sloppy mess.
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Jmkmmrr
31 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
For the second time I have reverted to Yosemite. There are simply too many problems with this. Applications behave unpredictably, USB communication on my machine (mid 2014 iMac) is erratic, audio is terrible. I have always been a believer of staying current, but this upgrade is a mess and the small feature set is simply not worth the trouble.
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exemega
23 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
Yeah! Poser 2012 works again with this update.
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mnicolle
22 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
Just downloaded 10.11.1. All of my mail folders that I have emails stored in have disappeared!!!! Be wary. Will call apple support to see if they can help.
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3.5
Holmemoss
22 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
I have had a Mac since the 1980s and System 6. My Macbook Pro is for work and my 2009 laptop with Snow Leopard was perfect; nothing was ever wrong. Then the hard drive crashed earlier this year so I bought a new MacBook Pro and, of course, got Yosemite. 3 1/2 stars for El Capitan because it is slightly better than Yosemite but if is a joke of an operating system compared with Snow Leopard. I want my Macbook Pro for work; what I have is a toy for the iPhone generation.
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M85
22 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
Sucks that people get to rate a beta. Anyway 10.1.1 is here and running like an absolute champ on my 2011 imac and 2012 mini. fwiw, I never had problems with the el capitan betas either that weren't epected of a public beta.
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Larry Klein
22 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
Great OS and improved performance. The only problem I had, just like installing 10.11, was the hang on reboot, which seems common. Like last time, I restarted while holding the shift key - safe mode- and everything was fine. 2011 imac - 6gb
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Macinman
22 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
This was the first year I took part in the public beta program from apple for one of their operating systems. With this said that's how long I've been Running El Capitan. I've read through a lot of the reviews here and seems to be a lot of negatives here. From my personal experience, I haven't had a lot of issues with 10.11, there were initial bugs, but for my workflow, those have mostly been fixed long ago. The other issues I ran into were just the initial new os release and waiting for apps to be updated to work with new features.

Beyond that I've had a very positive experience. The OS seems smooth and very responsive on my late 2013 13" Macbook pro Another common theme I see people having issues with is apple mail, I use two email accounts personally, iCloud, and Gmail. for Gmail i usually use google's web interface as i've always preferred it, but if i need to save an email i also have it linked to mail.app. I haven't had any issues with mail. I actually a while back had more glitches with google's interface then apple's, but that seems to have been resolved now.

Anyway, overall I think it's been a nice change, and the UI page Yosemite had on retina macs seems to be gone now in El capitan.

I wanted to add for anyone complaining about upgrade problems, It's always recommended to back up and do a clean install whenever possible. It will eliminate many of the problems i see reported. I was able to upgrade from Yosemite and things worked, but when i did a clean install to start off with the new os after it went final, Things felt so much smoother and clean.

The 10.11.1 update went flawless for me yesterday as well as iOS 9.1
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ApplesGuy
22 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
Mac OSX El Capitan 10.11.1 is a worthy upgrade from Mac OS X 10.10.5 Yosemite. So glad Apple fixed the bug with Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac! After and initial install process, the computer was slow for about 5 minutes due to optimizing but after a reboot everything was well. Nice and snappy.
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w i n t e r m u t e
22 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
Updating my review. I didn't think it possible that it could be any worse. After the fiasco with 10.11, I figured, okay, the bug fix is here with 10.11.1; it even states that they have addressed the numerous issues in Mail. So I ran the update via the App Store.... Which took three hours to download on my 60Mbit connection. (WTF?!) It begins installing and says it will take 25 minutes, so I go walk my dog. I just came back and the computer is frozen on the boot screen (I am writing this review from my iPhone.) Yes, Apple screwed it up even more. Apple's board needs to move Tim Cook back to CFO or whatever he was before and they need to bring Scott Forstall back to lead the company and put some fear into the programmers who have become so very sloppy under Tim Cooks overly kind leadership.
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NedC
22 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
Mail alert sounds still doesn't work. This os just doesn't make it. 3rd party software acceptance changes have to be made also. Apple is losing alot of loyal users.!!!!!!!
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Doctor-Whiteface
21 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
Amazing, I haven't been able to access the App Store since I installed Yosemite, and El Capitan did not bring any relief what-so-ever. Even the techs at Apple couldn't figure it out. I can't even get it through my 10.6.8 partition! Why in "H" won't Apple allow access to their system software update & upgrades via other web sites? ARH! It's not like someone is going to pirate it! :P
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RichardKutak6667
21 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
This is the worst OS I've ever used with a Mac. It bogged down the performance and rendered my late 2012 27" iMac virtually useless. It would hang on certain tasks and freeze on others. My machine was begging me to help it so since "ElCapitan" is such a control freak I was forced to erase my entire drive and start over again in Nice safe "Mountain Lion" territory since "Yosemite" sucks as well. I tried "El Capitan" in the hopes that maybe Apple had improved on Yosemite and finally made an actual better experience. No thanks. I'll stay with mountain Lion until Apple learns what to do about this latest OS or Steve Jobs comes back and fixes everything Like he did before. Thanks for wasting my time Apple. Hour upon hour I will never get back. No wonder it was a free upgrade, can you imagine actually having to pay for this OS?
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Mcr
21 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
Link to the 10.11.1 updater
https://support.apple.com/kb/DL1845?viewlocale=en_US&locale=en_US
This downloads osxupd10.11.1.dmg
There is another link floating around the web
http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/58/29/031-42280/7dk26w4zk4mepf5uydph4wvw6wgmt4f432/OSXUpd10.11.1Auto.pkg
that downloads a file OSXUpd10.11.1Auto.pkg

The first link is the official stand alone updater, the second link is to the update pkg that gets downloaded if you go through the App Store Update mechanism
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Deemery
21 October 2015
Version: 10.11.1
I've had more problems with 10.11.1 than any other OS X update. On my primary machine, it hung at "rebooting". Then I had to go to the Recovery Partition to run Disk Utility; running Disk Utility from the normal Admin account would freeze the machine. This caused both Photos and Mail databases to 'upgrade.' It took me about 2 hours from start to 'back working'. I had similar problems with iOS 9.1. Apple _really needs to ratchet up its Software QA_!!! They need to stop adding dumb-assed cutsie "features" (I don't give a rodent's posterior for how many emoticons are built in to this OS), and concentrate on making damn sure the core features work correctly.
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wintermute
07 October 2015
Version: 10.11
This has been the most problematic upgrade from any Mac OS I have ever installed… and I’ve been using macs since 1985 and still remember loading System 1.1 off of a 3.5” disk in an old black & white 512K. My 2008 Mac Pro, which has been running Yosemite without issue, experienced repeated failures when trying to install El Capitan, leaving the machine completely borked. I had to wipe the boot drive clean and restore from a full back-up. My more recent 15”Ret MacBook Pro allowed the install to complete, but I’ve noticed many oddities which seem related to apps not being able to access resources, like permissions were not set properly to allow the apps to function. I figured, “no problem, I’ll just run Repair Permissions with Disk Utility to straighten it all out”— uh… no go— Apple has removed Repair Permissions in favor of locking things down with the new SIP scheme… at least it is named right… “sip” as with a straw, as in “SUCK.” SIP is supposed to check and fix permissions when you install/update software… but the update to 10.11 clearly did not set permissions correctly, deleting my admin privileges from all my login accounts and locking all system prefs. After deleting the hidden SetUp file to allow creation of a new admin account, I opened Mail to find that my account aliases were changed. I tried editing Mail account aliases only to discover that I could not save nor cancel my changes, leaving the settings dialog box stuck. Quitting Mail got rid of the dialog box, but none of my edits were saved. What a nightmare. Apple needs to pull this OS from the App Store and leave it in beta for a couple more months to work out all the bugs.
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DigiMonk
06 October 2015
Version: 10.11
The most irritating thing I experienced was that AppStore's Updates-Tab somehow blocked VLC and QuickTime Player from playing movies. Say I play a movie and while the movie is playing, I open AppStore and switch to the updates tab. Soon VLC/QT stops playing. After closing AppStore, playing continues after about 5 to 10 seconds later. I also noticed that the machine gets hotter as usual - so this speed everyone talks about has its price but my machine (MacBook Pro Mid 2010) can't pay it. Back to Yosemite. Looking for new hardware and Linux. Anyone has a good tipp? lol
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Macguruguy
05 October 2015
Version: 10.11
The SIP issue with third party utilities is really irritating me. Many utilities do not work without disabling it. These were VERY useful utilities, and Apple should have been working with these 3rd parties to create a way for this to work. Also, El Capitan is much slower than Yosemite. Really disgusted with Apple. This may be my LAST mac. Been a user since the 80's (IIsi -- OS 7.0.1). The newer machines run worse than the older ones.
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Jmkmmrr
03 October 2015
Version: 10.11
I sure miss the days when I could count on Apple software to just work. I think that was System 9. After the install I started going through my Applications to see what needed updating. I started with Apple Apps. Safari would relaunch after I quit it. Mail started "migrating data" and that is as far as I got. It flashed between Finder and Mail "migrating data" so rapidly that I could not even Force Quit! The only solution for me was to force a restart and restore Yosemite from a back-up. Thanks Apple. I don't care what the System Font is. I don't care that the spinning beachball looks flat. I don't want to see it anyway. I just want an upgrade that works!
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Maclover1-1
03 October 2015
Version: 10.11
For a "not major" update" this sure is giving issues with audio apps. Not cool, Apple. Guess you use your users as guinea pigs once again.
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5
Markus-Winter
03 October 2015
Version: 10.11
Installed it on:

24in iMac 2,8 GHz Core2Duo, 4 GB RAM from 2007
13in MacBook Pro 2,4 GHz Core i5, 8 GB RAM from 2009
27in iMac 2,8 GHz Core i7, 8 GB RAM from 2009
27in iMac 2,8 GHz Core i5, 8 GB RAM from 2010
15in MacBook Pro 2,53 GHz Core i5, 4 GB RAM from 2010

All updated except for the 15in MBP which got a clean install.

Running stable and fast on all of them (quite surprised by the 2007 iMac)

Most add-ons work (Alfred, Default Folder, Dropbox, etc) but then I have stayed up-to-date with their releases and THEY have been prepared for El Capitan.

Others are still working on updates so expect a flurry of new releases in the coming days.

Some don't work anymore but most of them are abandoned or rely on hacks (and Apple has always said to not rely on private APIs).

As for those complaining that their favourite hack is no longer working and that they should decide what is running on their computer and therefore give a low score:

1) Sure you do. It is your decision to run El Capitan or not. If you want increased security then it is a no brainer. If you want to muck around in the bowels of the system then stay with a previous version. The OS only gives you an environment with certain capabilities. Security is one of them, and Apple is taking security seriously. It is taking your privacy seriously.

2) If Apple allows YOU to muck around in the system then everyone else can do so too (like some Malware is doing). You might trust yourself, but how much do you trust others? Just look at the joys of Windows and Android users. My physical therapist had to twice cancel her credit cards and is now seriously considering moving to Mac.

3) Stop being a childish three year old "I WANT! I WANT! I WANT!" and use some common sense before outing yourself as a weener ;-P
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Jacblac
02 October 2015
Version: 10.11
After first downloading full installer, it installed over Yosemite 10.10.5 & runs fine on my 2011 iMac. I've yet to encounter any of the problems described below by others, but will do so & change my rating if any turn up.
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0.5
Eric•Woehler
02 October 2015
Version: 10.11
BIG mistake installing El Cap. All my favourite tweaks - FinderPop, cDock, Bartender, etc all DOA. I can't delete 'Chess' app and so many programs crash repeatedly. Cmd-shift-A for applications? Waiting 2 minutes to get file list. Permissions repaired etc. No joy. Hey Apple - this is MY computer - I want to install apps I want to run on MY computer. I DON"T want vanilla boring "SAFE???" OS - I want to do things on MY computer. Reverting to 10.10 BE WARNED
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Jessicajazz
02 October 2015
Version: 10.11
For me and my Mac Pros, this is the most stable release since Snow Leopard. Rock solid, faster by a factor of 2, and no bugs yet. I've been using it since its release with no trouble, except for sync issues with some third-party apps. Adobe Creative Suite users will have to install the Java 6 runtime—otherwise all is go. I like the feel. We may have reached a new level of competence here . . . Apple is again on the right track, I think.
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Yazarim
01 October 2015
Version: 10.11
Di-sa-ster! It is hanging there since this morning at 09.00. And now here it is 21.33. Lost 1 day of work, what about tomorrow nobody knows. Now plz tell me that after having used several Macs for 31 years I do not know how to use them. What should I do? What can I do? I need to work... Sob...
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3.5
Evaluator
01 October 2015
Version: 10.11
If my computer is faster it is imperceptible. MAIN PROBLEM IS OSX REQUIRING ME TO ENTER MY LOGIN INFORMATION OVER AND OVER. IN 3 HOURS I HAVE HAVE TO LOG BACK INTO MY COMPUTER 13 TIMES.
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Mcr
01 October 2015
Version: 10.11
REPOSTING THIS SINCE IT SCROLLED DOWN OUT OF SIGHT:
Some sites providing info on app compatibility with El Capitan. Not necessarily based on info from the manufacturer, but mainly from user feedback. Sometimes user feedback is more reliable, manufacturers have vested interest in getting you to pay for upgrades even if the current version works fine ;-) In any case, not definitive, so always try to confirm with manufacturer when possible.

http://roaringapps.com/ (also tracks Windows apps)
http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/os-x-el-capitan-working-not-working-apps.1890772/
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Mcr
01 October 2015
Version: 10.11
It's that time of year again, updating OS X. No matter how many times the experienced among us try to warn everyone about steps to take for a good update experience, it never fails people get bit. Not absolving Apple here, even if you take all the precautions, there can still be screw ups. things to consider: Steps 1 through 5: Make backups before updating. Make backups before updating.Make backups before updating.Make backups before updating.Make backups before updating. Period. Why some people still 'wing it' without backups is beyond me. Some one commented below "Don't trust Apple" after loosing their Mail. Well heck, don't trust anyone, let alone Apple, including yourself. What if you make a human error during the update? Select the wrong partition? What if your power fails, or your hard drive? MAKE BACKUPS. 6) Do a fresh install...don't upgrade an existing working system. run them in parallel until you are sure everything works then switch over. Or clone your existing working system, then update the clone. Honestly, the cost of external drives is so cheap, there is no excuse. By clean, I mean install to an erased/empty partition. this is particularly recommended with El Capitan because of the new System Integrity Protection. If you upgrade an existing Yosemite system, guaranteed there are apps which have littered files all over the hard drive, including folders that are now protected under El Capitan. Doing a fresh install and reinstalling your apps will quickly highlight which apps aren't El Cap ready, and insure you have no junk in your protected folders. 7) If possible don't run the installer from the same partition you are trying to update. Boot from an installer. Instructions everywhere on the Net to make a bootable installer (BTW, doesn't have to be a USB stick, the same instructions work for making a bootable installer on an external drive partition...that's really the way to go, and MUCH FASTER). Installing from a bootable installer and installing to a clean partition, will solve 90 percent of the issues people experience, in my experience, and I have updated A LOT of systems in my day, going back to 10.0.0. 8) Don't update and then find one of your apps isn't compatible. It's crazy how many people just jump right in and update and then discover some app doesn't work. Do your research, or as mentioned above, update a cloned system or do a fresh install, so if something doesn't work, you haven't hosed your everyday system. 9) The last several releases of OS X have had reports of what appears to be a freeze at the very last of the installation, i.e. the progress bar is almost done and appears to no longer move. Now, I'm not saying there aren't cases where it actually is stuck but I've learned after doing many updates that this last step can take awhile. And it varies. One update last night, it sat for nearly 30 minutes at that last step before finally continuing. Be patient. Also that last message that says 'rebooting in a few seconds' or something like that, well, it might be minutes. Be patient. 10) A person in another post said: 'I don't know why the only Apple supported method of upgrading is to download and install over a previous OS. ' No it is not the only method. You can do a fresh install, then use the Migration Assistant to migrate over your data, apps, preferences etc. from another installation. You can either do this during the install, or afterward. I recommend afterward. The migration assistant is located in the Utilities. folder. Best of luck to y'all ! Unless you really feel you need El Cap right now, consider waiting for 10.11.1 or even 10.11.2. 10.11.1 is already in beta 2 and will be out in a few weeks. Otherwise, try to follow the steps here. Oh, and did I mention, make a backup?
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4.5
evilinstone
01 October 2015
Version: 10.11
Very good and stable version
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Larry-Klein
01 October 2015
Version: 10.11
Not a smooth installation. It seemed to be going fine, but on the second restart, it got about 9/10ths done and then sat there for about an hour. I gave up and tried restarting, and then ran disk utility. No luck. I restored via time machine. About a four hour process in all to get back where I started. This morning I gave it another shot and the same hang happened. I restarted holding the shift key (safe mode?) and got in. Success at last, but a real pain.
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Knowhowe
01 October 2015
Version: 10.11
MBP 15 inch / mid 2009 2.8 GHz / ntel Core 2 Duo / 8 GB Installed last night over Maverics and now find the machine to be considerably slower with lots of beachballs.. Fist upgrade problem ever. Suggestions? I also find that my favourite add-on, FinderPop no longer works :/
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4.5
Donmontalvo
01 October 2015
Version: 10.11
Very smooth new release, best one yet, even if I sound like a cliche. :)
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Lord-Lightning
01 October 2015
Version: 10.11
El Captan just obliterated my entire email history completely. ALL gone. Medical appointments - everything. You had better do a back up of your email before upgrading to this new version just released on Software Update. I don't have the luxury of a Time Machine device or other back-up disk and was stupid enough to trust Apple. I should have known better.
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Mcr
30 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 6
Some sites providing info on app compatibility with El Capitan. Not necessarily based on info from the manufacturer, but mainly from user feedback. Sometimes user feedback is more reliable, manufacturers have vested interest in getting you to pay for upgrades even if the current version works fine ;-) In any case, not definitive, so always try to confirm with manufacturer when possible.

http://roaringapps.com/ (also tracks Windows apps)
http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/os-x-el-capitan-working-not-working-apps.1890772/
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Mcr
30 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 6
The App Store will posting 10.11 El Capitan tomorrow. Yosemite 10.10.5 installer will no longer be available. If you need a copy of the Yosemite installer, suggest you download NOW before it gets pulled.
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5
Markus-Winter
18 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 6
I still use an old 24in iMac from 2007 with a 2,8 GHz Core2Duo, 2 TB hard disk, and 4 GB of RAM as media center, to watch TV and movies. It originally came with OS X 10.4 aka "Tiger" and had run perfectly fine under Tiger, Leopard (10.5), and Snow Leopard (10.6 - the best OS ever in my opinion). I skipped Lion (10.7) as I considered it the "Vista" of OS X. On Mountain Lion (10.8) it slowed down dramatically, and under Mavericks (10.9) it was even worse. Lots of SPODs ("spinning pizza of death") I considered going back to Snow Leo, but Yosemite (10.10) had just come out so I thought I try it on that Mac as I was going to do a clean install anyway. To my surprise it ran surprisingly well. I also used this iMac to test El Capitan (10.11). With beta versions up to and including beta 4 it ran slow as molasses. But with beta 6 and currently the Golden Master version it runs smoothly again. I was thinking about putting an SSD in in place of the hard disk for speed, and using an external hard disk for storage instead, but as it is now I might not bother. All in all I'm very impressed by how well El Capitan runs on my 8 year old Mac.
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Mcr
13 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 6
Not that I'm suggesting one should disable SIP, for the MAJORITY OF USERS, SIP is a necessary protection that just speaks to the world we live in now and the cyber threats out there. HOWEVER, if you are an advanced user, and haven't heard yet, this is the current method of disabling SIP, using the CSRUTIL command line utility. https://developer.apple.com/library/prerelease/mac/documentation/Security/Conceptual/System_Integrity_Protection_Guide/ConfiguringSystemIntegrityProtection/ConfiguringSystemIntegrityProtection.html Previous methods (NVRAM Boot Args, System Protection Tool from the Utilities menu in Recovery Mode, etc) are all deprecated. If installing in a virtual machine, running csrutil requires being able to boot to recovery mode and running Terminal. There is a method in Parallels to boot to the recovery partition of the virtual machine http://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/160071/how-to-start-to-recovery-mode-in-a-mac-os-x-vm-in-parallels Still trying to figure out how in VMWare Fusion to boot to recovery mode, if anyone has a link, please post. 4 Stars because El Cap is faster, leaner version of Yosemite. Still some bugs, historically Apple stabilizes everything by about the .2 release as in 10.11.2
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Frankeed
12 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 6
I've been using the golden master for a few days now. I'm running it on a 4.5 year-old 2.0 Ghz 2011 MBP with 16 GB of RAM and a 7200 RPM 1 TB HGST drive. This model has only 256 MB of video RAM, so its hardware specs are quite modest by current standards. I haven't used El Capitan systematically enough to write a proper review, but here are some things I've noticed. I didn't do a clean install, but just downloaded it and transferred everything over as part of the install process. Apps do launch faster. The relatively modest games I play, run better at higher resolutions without dropping frames or stalling. There seems to be better memory handling. Before, there was about 15 GB of the RAM used under normal usage, but now it's down around 11 GB. I like the idea of Apple taking a break from piling on new features and consolidating and tweaking what they already have.
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Frankeed
10 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 6
Outlook 2011 won't run on the golden master. It starts up, loads, and appears to be running, but when I click on anything, I get a spinning beachball, followed by a crash. Word and Excel seem unaffected by whatever it is.
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Mcr
08 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 6
notable increase in stability in Dev Preview 8 (= to Public beta 6). This feels like a leaner, faster version of Yosemite, in the way SNow Leopard was a leaner, faster version of Leopard, and Mountain Lion was a leaner/faster version of Lion.
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Steinar-Helgesen
03 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 6
Btw if you have Connected Data Transporter connected you will get Fuse errors even with the latest version Transporter_Desktop_3.1.36_19350.dmg Dunno if its the new security they added that causes it.
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0.5
Albabe
02 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 6
I've never had an OS Perform better than the previous one except Snow Leopard. Tiger was awesome, Leopard was crap-azz hog... Snow Leopard was great and every one since has slowed down performance for me on a 2010 Mac Pro.
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5
Edgarcabrera
02 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 6
Well, I've been using Apple products since IIe back in the dark ages, and went through OS 1 to OS 9, and all the cats and now places of OS X.

I think the upgrades in terms of graphic performance are brilliant and it does have a much better memory management.

As for saying that Snow Leopard was the best, I really cannot tell, since most the software I use must be up to date and I like to keep evolving in terms of many functionalities that enhance my work, handoff for instance, it is not in Snow Leopard and I used every day, same applies for iCloud, but if you love an old and functional OS X version, brilliant but I found quite pretentious and self-centred to claim that Snow Leopard is the best OS X... I can claim that AS/400 the most perfect OS in history and Vaxx are best computers ever built since many satellites still depend on them, but I'm in a discussion about a Beta software of an Apple product, right?...
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Libertyforall1776
02 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 6
Beta 6 seems to be solid so far. Best feature for me in El Capitan is the addition (FINALLY!) of the AirPlay button to videos in Safari and QuickTime Player! About time, better late than never!
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Macinman
02 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 6
I agree with the two most current reviews. Beta 6 has been solid. I finally decided to upgrade my late 2013 13" macbook pro from Yosemite 10.10.5, to beta 6 and it's been solid. Most of the minor problems I have had come from apps that haven't fully been upgraded to take advantage of the new changes /features. Even this though has been a very small percentage3, and everything has for the most part just worked. I really haven't even needed to report much to apple, there was 1 major bug i found in the os when beta 1 came out, and since I reported it things have gotten better.
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4.5
JamesHarrisPhoto
02 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 6
Beta 6 has been working beautifully. Love the new features. Running El Capitan on a late 2009 MacBook with only 4 gigs of RAM, and it's running faster and with less problems than Mavericks or Yosemite.
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richie87brown
01 September 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 5
I don't get why these reviews are throwing a BETA version of a product down. Was it expected to be in super condition? Apple should hide everything and have selective users picked from a survey or something to keep the ignorant herd thin. Ohh wait, that's why they don't share product info.
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Adinaligiaernest
20 August 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 5
Incredibly buggy... On my another computer I have SnowLeopard — very stable and friendly.
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Whitebuck
20 August 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 5
Sadly, it matters not what Apple says, OS X and their other Software has been in a steady state of degradation since Snow Leopard.
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Mcr
07 August 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 4
As most of you know, SIP has caused some issues with several popular OS X 'mods', requiring that it be turned off, and even then perhaps not working right; this includes two very popular dual pane file managers (if you use one of them, you know which ones I mean, since you probably tried both). A new dual pane file manager just came out called Commander One http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/55082/commander-one It does not replace Finder, or inject code, or mess with Finder in any way, it runs as a separate app, much like Forklift and Pathfinder BUT is by far much more light weight than those two products, keeping everything to a minimum. Since it doesn't mess with Finder, it doesn't have any issues with SIP. I've been using on El Cap and I must say for a first time effort out of the gates for this developer group, not too bad. No sidebars, let alone color, so have proper expectations. Perhaps the fact that it is separate from Finder may actually allow them to add sidebars later, who knows. Being a separate app, it can run along side 'regular' Finder windows. Check it out and give the guys feedback, I'm sure they would like to improve the product. It's free, at least for now.
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Mcr
24 July 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 4
MacUpdate PLEASE READ AND CORRECT THIS PAGE.
As already mentioned by Hawk, you are confusing Public Beta with Developer Preview, the numbers aren't intended to sync, i.e. Developer Preview 2 is NOT equal to Public Beta 2. Developer Previews are only available to users registered with Apple Developer Program, for $100 a year. Public Betas are available to those who sign up to the Public Beta program, at no cost.

The download link on this page points to the Public Beta Program, but the release notes reference the Developer Preview release notes. So you need to decide what are you trying to track on this page, Developer Builds or Public Betas?

If this page is intended to track Public Beta, then just change the title on this page to Public Beta 2 (not 4) and it will be okay. to repeat, there is NO Public Beta 4 (there might BE a '4' down the road if it gets that far, but this is not that one). Do NOT post release notes for the Developer build as they won't have anything to do with the build the download link is pointing to, and will be misleading. The Public beta lags behind the Developer builds. The Developer builds are not free, technically you must be in the dev program at a cost of $100/year. And Developers who get the Dev builds are not supposed to share them outside the program, if those builds at some point become a Public beta release, fine, but until then, not really supposed to shared with general public per the agreements developers agree to when they sign up for the program.
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marvinbass1
23 July 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 4
The OS would never see my wireless network. It said it was logged on to it but was never able to get on the internet!! I had to retstore from Time Machine!! Big waste.
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Adinaligiaernest
23 July 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 4
I had to downgrade to Yosemite 10.10.4, because of the multiple bugs in El Capitan first public beta. Until the final version, i'll be an Yosemite bear...
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Jer
23 July 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 4
MacUpdate: this is not Public Beta 4, it is Public Beta 2. It is the same as the Developer Preview 4 but not the same number.
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2.5
Spank-Me-Baby
22 July 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta 4
Interesting to see how quick Apple can fix bugs in the beta releases. Already beta 4 in less than a month. Blimey! If Apple could somehow do the same with previous OS X versions (especially Yosemite) in fixing bugs, I think a lot of Mac users might consider upgrading OS X. Hey Apple, how about fixing the bugs in OS X Yosemite as well, pretty please?
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J-Mueller-MacUpdate
10 July 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta
I only have 8GB of RAM on my 2012 MacBook Pro. It's almost not enough to run Yosemite but with this beta of OS X 10.11, I am seeing a lot more delayed scrolling in windows. I think it is because it's using more memory. I have more memory coming next week to up it to 16GB so I'll repost if I notice improvements in performance.
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Spank-Me-Baby
10 July 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta
You have to give it to Apple. It sure knows how to make OS X look like it is the best thing since sliced bread. But then again, so was OS X 10.0, 10.1, 10.2, etc? How about Apple just give Mac users a point-by-point list of ALL the benefits of upgrading to the latest OS X instead of the usual marketing hype like "refines the Mac experience" (yawn!), "landmark release" (cough!) and so on.

And after all the talk by users in the last release (also hyped as "it is as powerful as it looks", but somehow forgot to mention the performance was a little underwhelming) of things like pretty ordinary new icons (did Apple ever asked users if they want their icons changed?), poor memory management when apps are quit (why can't I get my RAM cleared so I can get my performance back and load another app?), so much surreptitious sending of data to Apple servers (hmmm, now that doesn't look like normal data being pushed to my iPhone), dog slow performance in limited RAM environments (yeah, I'm working on getting more RAM, thanks Apple), major bugs and interface oddities in Preview.app compared to previous versions (and no we can't use earlier versions of Preview to escape the bugs etc), too many features suddenly popping up in certain situations when I least expect them and just want to focus on the work (why can't I place that icon exactly where I want it on the desktop instead of OS X automatically moving it to where it thinks I should have it), requires more Memory Cleaners and firewall blocks than you can poke a stick, and all the rest, and I can see why people are wondering, is it really worth the trouble to upgrade?

Can we just hear from Apple that the above issues in the previous release have been fixed rather than "introducing" more features or making grand suggestions that performance has been improved (Apple has been saying that for years with previous OS X versions)? For example, is the RAM actually cleared on quitting apps to help with the performance?

Okay, Apple has finally got the memo from users that performance was a shocker in OS X Yosemite (and what a "landmark release" that was, and an eye-opener too!). But do we need to upgrade yet again?

Already a new OS X to upgrade in less than 2 years? How many gigabytes are we now going to need to download and install this monster of a program? And Apple still has not fixed the important bugs in the existing OS X Yosemite, or are they there to entice users to upgrade (together with making Apple apps work only with the latest OS X)?

I'll be glad when the day comes for Apple to just simply tell us all the improvements, supply them as updates, and provide new features as plug-ins so that we can decide if we really need them to bloat our system (I'm even happy to pay for plug-ins from Apple if making money is still high on the agenda for the company, just so long as they work and are free of bugs).

Really, what's so bad about the previous versions of OS X that we have to thrown them out like they were confetti?

The fact that performance is the main issue for Apple in this release means I'll give it a 3 star rating. But until I hear the real benefits of upgrading, it is unlikely I will raise it much higher than this.
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Macinman
09 July 2015
Version: 10.11 Public Beta
I signed up for the public beta when it was announced, and downloaded, and installed it today on an external drive today. So far I have found out that HDMI audio doesn't work on a clean install therefor can't use audio through my TV / Monitor . Have sent feedback to apple.
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