[FIX] MacBook Pro with OS X 2015 10.11.4 El Capitan is freezing

MacBook Pro 2015 with OS X Captain 10.11.4 is freezing"The problem most users MacBook Pro 2015 running the latest version of El Capitan, 10.11.4.

Before launch a Update of OS X for everyone, Apple is testing new capabilities / news on a number of users enrolled in the program Apple Software Beta Program. About how we can enlist a MacBook, iPhone or iPad in the beta program I have written in the past.
Apple Beta Software, is a program where anyone who wishes can enroll their iDevice system to receive updates in Beta version. Of course, the risk that these updates do not guarantee the stability and security of data. Precisely this program exists. To test new capabilities in real conditions.

version El Capitan 10.11.4It seems that was a pretty serious problem. Beta versions, no major problems were reported, but after the final launch of the update, many users were affected by so-called "freezing" General OS X lockout or blocking applications. Google Chrome, Adobe Photoshop, Final Cut are just a few of the applications that remain locked / frozen. Unable to move the cursor mouse or trackpad, rapunde not any keys to commands, nothing can be done. Simply freezes, and remains the only option for users to hold down the button "Power"For a few seconds until the system closes the" cold ".
Apple currently does not adat a way to solve this problem. However, it seems that it is a conflict hardwaresoftwareBecause affected by this serious error not only computers MacBook Pro with El Capitan 2015 10.11.4.

Apple has yet such a solution in this regard, the only option for MacBook Pro 2015 owners remains to downgrade to OS X El Capitan 10.11.3.
Not quite pleasant, but it eliminates the risk of data loss and system error in it. After restarting the "cold" system, files that were working when the system freezes remain not saved.

[FIX] MacBook Pro with OS X 2015 10.11.4 El Capitan is freezing

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