please!When the installer finishes downloading, I plan to perform a diff to find out the differences.
From my post in the El Capitan Release Time? thread:
The release in the App Store is version 15A284 and the GM Candidate was 15A282a.
Here's the download page:
I know it's a controversial thing to say but I'm also finding the actual release version a touch faster than the GM Candidate. It's like WD40 has been squirted into my Mac – a few really small hold-ups here and there with the GM Candidate have been eradicated.Wow it is such a huge difference for me. I am running now a 4K monitor + my macbook pro 2015 with iris pro without any animation lags !!! I already tried the GM version but there wasn't a significant improvement so I would never ever expect such a big difference to the public release.
Maybe it is because I did a clean install but I don't think so because I didn't really have much apps or data on it..
Thank you much appreciated. it is the final version indeed.Click Apple > About This Mac.
Click the TEXT that reads Version 10.11. A build number will be added to the end.
That build number should read 15A284.
Anything else and it isn't the public release of OS X El Capitan 10.11.0.
You need to download the main release from the App Store, as if upgrading from Yosemite.I'm on version 15A279b, but Software Update isn't giving me the option to upgrade. Is there no beta->public release path?
Didn't end up getting the next beta from the beta path either. It was just "There are no new updates."You need to download the main release from the App Store, as if upgrading from Yosemite.
As I keep explaining to people if you try the beta of a release, then you're on the beta path. You're supposed to upgrade to the next beta, which is currently 10.11.1.