How to Downgrade macOS 10.15 Catalina to macOS Mojave [Tutorial]

Downgrade macOS 10.15 Catalina

Can’t handle macOS 10.15 beta? Here’s how you can downgrade macOS 10.15 Catalina back to macOS Mojave on your Mac right now.

If you have multiple Macs with you to try out then it’s an outright blessing. But if you are testing new software on your daily driver Mac then it’s a curse. So, if you are reading this, it’s because you can’t handle the buggy greatness of macOS 10.15 and wish to downgrade back to the public release, which is macOS Mojave. It’s a fairly easy process and multiple ways to do it, and things get easier if you have a super speedy internet connection at home.

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Let’s downgrade macOS 10.15 beta using the simplest method available - Internet Recovery.

Using the Internet Recovery method, all you need is a fast internet connection and everything will be installed over the air. There’s no USB Drive to fiddle around with, no cables, absolutely nothing. If you have personal data that needs to be sorted out then you should copy it over to a flash drive or iCloud, that’s the only legwork you have to perform. Everything is a piece of cake. You can learn more about this method by going here: How to Clean Install Latest Version of macOS Without a USB Drive.

The second method of downgrading is the one which pretty much everyone has been using for a long time. It involves downloading macOS Mojave from the Mac App Store, then creating a bootable USB drive out of the installer file. This process is handy for a number of reasons: first and foremost, you end with a bootable USB Installer drive which you can later use whenever you like, even if you don’t have a wondrous internet connection at hand. Secondly, you can use the created installer on any Mac you like for performing a fresh installation of macOS Mojave. To learn more, head over to this link: How to Clean Install macOS Mojave Final on Your Mac [Tutorial]

macOS 10.15 is a great release from Apple and packs in quite a bunch of new features, which you can read about here. But the great thing is this: Apple is absolutely serious about the Mac and there are no signs of the company slowing down in any way, despite many believing that the iPad is the future of computing. The Mac will always have a place in the hearts of millions of users out there and will likely stay that way for a considerable time to come.

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