Untangling what in Privacy & Security is controlled by TCC, what resetting it really does, why you should do that before selecting it database, and what TCC does for iCloud.
The M1 series shot from 4 performance cores to 16, Ventura turned up as an update instead of an upgrade, then there came cryptexes, System Settings and Stage Manager.
Freeform 1.0, the return of network Locations, version change for Disk Utility, Sing in Music, Automator PDF actions, and more.
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.
How is Ventura looking now? Is it fully baked yet, and ready for release? Includes links to articles to help you decide and prepare for next weeks’ macOS upgrade.
You can’t fail to notice changes in System Settings in Ventura, but just what has changed inside it? How do third-party Preference Panes cope?
Ventura’s switch to using Settings is going to be messy in apps, but System Settings will pose serious problems for macOS support material.
What is and isn’t expected to change in Ventura, and what impact that has on its potential for incompatibility. Upgrading from Monterey is unlikely to result in problems, provided you’re properly prepared.
The most controversial of all changes in Ventura is the move to System Settings. Although this does achieve important objective, there’s still a long and painful journey to get it right.
Among the fancy Emoji and extended language support, Ventura brings four major changes that will affect our Macs deeply for years to come, and are good reasons to upgrade early.