This is beta software and is far from the finished article.
In fact, that’s the whole point if Apple makes it available early, as you’ll be tasked with reporting any bugs, incompatibilities, or glitches found in the early software.
This gives the US firm plenty of time to iron out issues before millions of people attempt a download on launch day.
Since this is not the final build, Apple is advising users not to download the macOS beta on their primary Mac. Instead, the software should be installed on a secondary MacBook or iMac to avoid nightmares really having to use your laptop.
If you happen to have a replacement MacBook under the bed, here are some of the top five features to check out.