Apple fans must be itching to get their hands on the newest desktop operating system, the MacOS Sierra. This OS followed Microsoft’s path (just like they did with iPad Pro) in bringing the digital assistant across mobile and desktop. Meaning users get to use Siri on both their iPhones and Mac computers.
Officially, MacOS Sierra is supposed to be released sometime in the Fall, but if that is too far for you. You can have it now; given you understands the risks that come with using a beta software. As a disclaimer, please note that a beta software is often unstable, and prone to crashing among other odd behaviors.
So before installing it, make sure you have backed up all your data. However it is not recommended you install it on your primary Mac; if you have another secondary Mac lying around. Better use that for this experimental process. Alternatively, you can create a dual boot on your machine by first creating a separate partition on your primary Mac on which you will install the MacOS Sierra.
How to create Separate Partition
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