Apple recently launched Mac OS X El Capitan public beta version. The new iteration of OS X is fluid, stable and fast. But as we all know, public beta versions are full of lags, crashes and problems; they are sluggish and you could not trust them with your data. If you installed OS X El Capitan, and want to downgrade back to OS X Yosemite, then you are at the right place because in this article I will walk you through all the steps to downgrade OS X El Capitan to OS X Yosemite.
Downgrade OS X El Capitan to OS X Yosemite
Your Mac must be connected to a stable Wifi internet connection for the process to take place easily.
Open the menu in Mac and click on “restart”.
Now press and hold down the Command+R button during the rebooting process of your Mac.
Go to OS X Utilities sector and click on Disk Utility.
Select Startup Disk according to your choice.
Click on Erase tab.
Type in any name you want, select Mac OS Extended (Journaled) for the format and click “Erase”.
Once the process is done, …read more
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