Apple has seeded the third public beta version of OS X El Capitan, making the download available for members of Apple's Beta Software Program. If you count yourself among those ranks, you should be able to grab the latest beta release from the Mac App Store now.

While this is a public beta, it isn't completely open. If you're interested in participating, you'll have to sign up at the Apple Beta Software Program website to get started. The full public release of OS X 10.11 El Capitan is expected to land this fall with improvements to Safari, Spotlight search, and the debut of Apple's Metal graphics framework on the Mac platform.

Interested in everything there is to know about the OS X El Capitan Public Beta? Then be sure to check out our ultimate guide at the link below.

OS X Public Beta: The Ultimate Guide

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