How to Install macOS Mojave Public Beta 7 on Mac

Getting ready to download and install macOS Mojave public beta 7 on your Mac? You will need to first register your account if you haven't done it as yet before being able to get the beta profile.

The public beta of latest macOS is out! So, if you had been waiting in the wing to get a sneak peek into the new features, follow along to install macOS Mojave public beta 7 on your Mac.

If you had used the public beta of macOS in the past, you don’t need to need to sign up all over again. All you have to do to get started is just sign in with the same Apple ID. If you are a newbie, you will have to start from the scratch.

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Note: Before starting off, make sure to back up your Mac. Click on Time Machine icon in the menu bar → Backup Now. And let the back up be completed successfully. Alternately, you can head to System Preferences → Time Machine → Select Back Up Disk → choose the preferred disk.

How to Install macOS Mojave Public Beta 7 on Mac

Step #1. Head over to beta.apple.com on your Mac.

Step #2. Now, click on Sign Up.

Click on Sign up in Apple Beta Software Program

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Note: If you had signed up for the public beta before, click on Sign In and jump over to enroll your Mac section.

Step #3. Now, enter your Apple ID and password and click Sign In.

Sign into Apple Beta Program with your Apple ID

Step #4. Next, select the macOS tab and then click on Download macOS Mojave public beta access utility button.

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Select macOS tab in Apple Beta Software Program

Click on Download macOS Mojave public beta

Step #5. Now, you need to open the file from your Downloads window and then double-click the package to run the installer.

Double click the package in Mac Download Folder

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Install macOS Public Beta Access Utility

Step #6. Once the installer has downloaded, the Mac App Store will open with macOS Mojave. Click on Download button.

Click on Download macOS Mojave button in Mac App Store

Once the software has been downloaded, the computer will reboot.

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Tip: In case the beta does not show up on the Updates list, reboot your Mac. Then, launch Mac App Store and click the Updates tab.

Now, sit tight and let the download process be completed peacefully.  You will be able to monitor the status in the Updates tab of the Mac App Store. The macOS Mojave installer will automatically open as soon as it’s downloaded.

Step #7. Click Continue at the bottom.

Click on Continue to Install macOS Mojave Beta

Note: You may be asked to make a backup,  click on Cancel if you have done it already. Click on Continue if you are yet to get it done. Then,  click Continue at the bottom after the backup process has finished.

Step #8. Next up, you have to click Agree to accept the terms and conditions. Click Agree again to confirm.

Click Agree to accept the terms and conditions in macOS Mojave Beta Installer

Click on Agree to Confirm in macOS Mojave Beta Installer

Note: Now, select the drive you wish to install if you have multiple options.

Step #9. Click Install and then enter your administrator password and click OK.

Click on Install in macOS Mojave Beta Program

Enter your Mac administrator password

Step #10. Finally, click on Restart.

Click on Restart after Install macOS Mojave Beta

Once your Mac has rebooted, it will be running macOS Mojave. Now, follow a few setup steps and you are done!

As mentioned above, the Mojave beta may not run smoothly. Thus, you may have to deal with some common issues. Based on your need, you can choose to opt out of the beta testing program.

How to Opt-out of macOS Mojave beta program on Mac

Step #1. Launch System Preferences on your Mac.

Click on System Preferences in macOS Mojave

Step #2. Now, click on the App Store → Change next to it – “Your computer is set to receive beta software updates.”

Click on App Store in Mac System Preferences

Click on Change next to Your computer is set to receive beta software updates

Step #3. Next, click on “Do Not Show Beta Software Updates.”

Click on Do Not Show Beta Software Updates on Mac

Wrapping up

It’s time to take the Mojave for an extended test and explore everything that it’s come loaded with. If you find something really cool, keep us posted about that.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.

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