macOS Big Sur version 11.2.1 resolves a problem with the installation of this system when there is not enough space on the disk to copy the installation files.
Until now, the amount of disk space has not been checked before starting the installation, and in the absence of it, an error appeared, as a result of which the user could even lose their data.
A Twitter user named Mr. Macintosh announced yesterday that in version 11.2.1 the amount of disk space is checked before starting the installation. If there is too little of it, a message appears stating that the system cannot be installed along with information about the additional space required.
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