Apple macOS Big Sur is the latest version of Mac operating system developed and introduced by the Apple. It’s expected to be launched soon this fall. However, people who’re enrolled in Apple’s Beta Public program can install and run it before its official release. As already discussed above, people who’re enrolled in Apple Public Beta program is eligible for installing and running Apple’s latest Mac operating system.
If anyone is interested in trying out Apple’s newest operating system, they should first get themselves enrolled in their public beta program. Visit the official public beta program website to start getting software before their official release. On the website, you’ll find ‘’Get Started’’ section and then hit the ‘’enroll your Mac’’ link. You will be redirected to ‘’Enroll Your Devices’’ webpage. You will be asked to download the Public Beta Access Utility to get your Mac device enrolled in the program.
People with production Mac are supposed to stay away from installing the beta, as it can cause problems that might keep you from using your Mac. People should install the beta versions on the devices considered secondary.
Don’t install it on a computer that you use for earning. Back up all the important files before you install the beta version. You can use any backup setup, including Time Machine to back up your Mac. Having a backup of your necessary files will be of great help if you don’t want to use the beta version and restore your system.
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