Stage Manager manages windows, and the Dock manages apps. This explains how to keep an app window in a group, and all about popbacks.
Setting up a standard cast, how to deal with windows that open in the wrong app group, and building a group for a special workflow.
Getting started with Stage Manager, without confusion or tears. How to disable its motion effects, and how to build app and window groups for your workflows.
The iPad Pro has the same M2 chip as a MacBook Air, a keyboard and trackpad, and a single Thunderbolt/USB4 port, but there the similarities end.
The Finder is happy to create aliases to most files and folders, provided they aren’t immediately inside a bundle or package. Then it gets all fussy. But why?
Before you try editing or trashing that preference file, ask whether macOS in the form of cfprefsd isn’t going to undo your work.
When he put files or folders on his Desktop, although they were shown in the Finder’s listing of its contents, they simply vanished.
Good news of bugs fixed, including 77 security bugs. Bad news of those carried over from Monterey, and some newly added in Ventura 13.0.
Changed installers, post-update security mayhem, Stage Manager for those sensitive to motion, memory leaks, an Endpoint Security bug, and more.
Stage Manager on its own is sufficient reason to want to upgrade to Ventura. Here’s why you need to try it out.