If you have upgraded your Mac computer to the latest OS X EI Capitan and you believe it a mistake, don’t worry as you can revert back to the previous OS X easily without any technical problem. Here this guide would help you to roll back and get to your old OS X Yosemite easily.
As Apple has introduced the latest update to OS X EI Capitan, most of the users are reporting a severe technical issue once they upgrade to the latest edition. Users say that their Mac computer freezes accidentally when they try to use some applications on Mac OS X Capitan, and after some time, they are forced to execute hard reboot on their Mac. Support for OS X EI Capitan
The problem has largely been found with Safari web browser when switching between different tabs or clicking on a hyperlink, as well as some third-party applications are also found to cause the issue.
Apple support does know about the issue reported by several Mac users and the company is yet to release security patch to fix the problem. But how can you continue your work on the ailing Mac computer running on Mac OS X EI Capitan? Technical support for mac
So many users have reverted back to the previous version using the following easy steps. If you do also have a plan to roll back and get the previous OS X Yosemite on your Mac computer, here are some easy steps to help you:
Before you start the process, it is important to create a back-up copy of the data files saved on your Mac computer. The best way to store your back-up data is Time Machine Backup that can help you restore the data files to a point where you had OS X Yosemite, and it is probably the most efficient way to revert back to OS X Yosemite. Tech support number to contact Apple customer service
What you can do is to remove OS X EI Capitan completely, re-install Yosemite, and then bring back the data files that you had backed up before you start the process of downgrading.
Here are some easy steps to downgrade to the previous OS X edition:
Now you leave your Mac computer for a short while, as the process would take some hours to get back to the previous OS X. It is an automatic process that will restart your Mac once the process completes.