macOS Sierra is the Apple’s latest operating system for its MacBooks, iMacs and all other products of its PC and laptop product line. Sierra is one of the most advanced operating systems Apple has ever launched. However, the full OS is scheduled to be launched this fall. If you had installed macOS Sierra’s initial version and now want to just go back to OS X El Capitan, there is an easy way to do that. While macOS Sierra is technologically advanced and full of features as compared to El Capitan, it is still in the earlier versions, and remains unstable. Apple released its beta version for the developers to try it out. Here’s how to downgrade macOS Sierra to El Capitan.
Downgrade macOS Sierra to OS X El Capitan
You must make sure to have a backed up version of your files and folders, just in case. You can use the Time Machine backup in Mac to have a completed backup of your data.
Click on the Apple icon from the top left corner of the screen and then restart.
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