Apple has released second beta of OS X EI capitan to developers for the testing purposes. Apple rolled out the second beta version exactly two weeks after unveiling the new operating system at 2015 World Wide Developers conference WWDC.
The update, build 15A204h, is available through the software update mechanism in the Mac App Store and through the Apple Developer Center. Apple has also released OS X Server 5.0 beta 2. The OS X EI Capitan mainly focused on the improvement performance and user experience. The improvement in this latest OS X mainly focused on applications which process faster and the introduction of Metal makes system-level graphics rendering 40 percent more efficient than OS X Yosemite.
This OS also includes revamped Mission Control feature, a new Split View feature for using two full-screen apps at once, deeper functionality for Spotlight, and several new features for Safari, including Pinned Sites for housing frequently visited websites and a universal mute button that quiets all tabs.
Right now this operating system is only available for registered developers and the company is in a plan to release the public beta version in the month of July and you can except final product after two months. The registered developers can download this from Mac developer Center and can also be downloaded through the Mac App Store for those running the previous version of the beta.