Apple Releases MacOS Ventura With Stage Manager And More

Apple Releases MacOS Ventura With Stage Manager And More

The most recent version of Apple’s desktop operating system, macOS 13, also known as Ventura, has been made available. The Stage Manager window management system, the ability to edit and unsend iMessages similar to iOS 16, and the Continuity Camera feature that transforms your iPhone into a webcam are just a few of the capabilities it offers.

Several enhancements to stock apps and utilities are also included in Ventura, which was previewed earlier this year during Apple’s WWDC event. For example, Mail allows you to schedule emails and undo sending them, and Spotlight search may now perform tasks like creating alarms and launching shortcuts.

Additionally, PassKeys, a standard being promoted by Apple, Google, Microsoft, and others to do away with conventional passwords, will be available for Safari to use when logging into websites.

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System Preferences has been renamed to System Settings, and it has undergone a complete overhaul. Some of these changes will take some getting used to. During the beta process, the new look generated debate; one commentator referred to it as “a bit of a disaster.”

Go to the Apple menu, System Preferences, Software Update, and check for an update before installing Ventura. After that, a request to download and install macOS 13 should appear. You can view the whole list of Macs that the OS is compatible with starting in 2017 here.