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.
All about memory: different types, Unified Memory, Mach zones and the kernel, and how to manage system memory problems.
What are the penalties in staying with Monterey, if you choose not to upgrade to Ventura, or your Mac isn’t supported? Please report serious bugs we should know about.
Will Monterey 12.5 fix the memory leak in the Find feature in the Finder? That looks increasingly unlikely, and may influence your decision as to whether to upgrade.
By any measure, Monterey’s 12.3 update is very substantial, introducing major new features like Universal Control and Spatial […]
Each additional Safari window increases WindowServer’s memory use by 1.7 MB on an Intel Mac, but 50 MB on an M1 Mac – thirty times more.
According to Apple, macOS Monterey 12.2.1 fixes a serious bug which could drain the battery of Intel notebooks […]
We can expect Universal Control in macOS 12.3, but when will Apple get round to fixing the severe memory leak in the Finder’s Find feature?
If you’re not careful, you can end up watching the Finder steadily eating your Mac’s memory until it grinds to a halt. The bug explained with solutions.