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Tommy V

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  1. @Marcos, normally developers develop using the beta-versions of an OS. Then, when they have done internal testing (alpha stage), they release a beta version of the application for a broader test-base. Of cause, in this beta stage there might be both issues from the beta OS as well as issues from the beta application. But that's what's needed to progress and have a release candidate finished around the same time as the OS is released. I think Eset is a bit to conservative with beta releases..... Best regards Tommy V
  2. Yes, a beta should be available soon after public betas of Big Sur was made available. I can understand that Eset needs some time to develop and internal testing (Alpha-stage), but it's important for us customers to start testing early as well. Regards Tommy V
  3. Hi, I have also this issue, running MacOS Catalina 10.15.3 beta and Eset 6.8.300, and I'm quite sure it was present in as well - but worse in 6.8.300. I kind of suspect that this causes Finder beachballing and beeing sluggish as well, anyone else seeing this behaviour? Best Regards Tommy V
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