Apple published the first public beta of OS X El Capitan on Thursday and, on Friday, quickly pushed out a supplemental update that squashes some bugs in the public preview and in the latest beta available to developers.
AppleInsider, which first spotted the release, said that it fixes an error where 32-bit applications weren’t running properly and would crash. An end user, it seems, would have been prevented from using some applications altogether if they weren’t running correctly. While this is beta software and should be treated as such, it’s likely more than a few people are actually running it on machines they use daily. AppleInsider said the update also includes changes to the “Samantha” voice that corrects pronunciation.
The update is available from the Mac App Store now.