Category: macOS 12

How to Make a MacOS Monterey Boot Installer Drive

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Some Mac users use bootable install USB drives for updating or installing MacOS Monterey onto a computer. If you’re wondering how to make a bootable macOS Monterey installer drive, we’ll walk through the process.

This is generally for more advanced users, typically who wish to use a bootable installer drive for erasing and formatting a Mac, clean installing, troubleshooting purposes, or updating multiple Macs to macOS Monterey without having to re-download the installer. For most users, the simplest way to install Monterey is the standard upgrade path….

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Installing MacOS Monterey on Unsupported Macs

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Some advanced Mac users may be interested in running macOS Monterey on an unsupported Mac. Much as it sounds, this means that you’d install and run macOS on a Mac that is older than what is officially supported by macOS Monterey, and not on the compatible Macs list.

Can I install macOS Monterey on an unsupported Mac?

Yes, in many cases you can install macOS Monterey onto an otherwise unsupported Mac.

While it is possible to install and run macOS Monterey on many different unsupported Macs, it is not a simple process, and is quite technical. The days of simply…

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MacOS Monterey Problems & Issues – Troubleshooting

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Difficulties with new system software versions seem to always occur for a small subset of unfortunate users, and MacOS Monterey is no different. While MacOS Monterey has installed fine for most users, for an unlikely group, there may be a variety of problems or issues experienced with MacOS Monterey.

This article will detail some of the problems and difficulties experienced with macOS Monterey, and when possible offer some solutions or fixes to the issues experienced. Be sure to share your own experiences in the comments as well.

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12 of the Best Features in MacOS Monterey to Try Out

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Apple has finally released the new macOS Monterey update after months of developer and public beta testing. If you’ve already went ahead and installed macOS Monterey, then you’ll come across a ton of new changes shortly after you update your Mac.

While macOS Monterey isn’t a UI redesign like last year’s macOS Big Sur update, it still brings a ton of new functional improvements that should grab the attention of long-time Mac users. Apple has made notable changes in key areas such as privacy, browsing, video calls, messaging, and more.

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Make a MacOS Monterey Beta Bootable USB Install Drive

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Advanced Mac users may wish to create a bootable installer drive for macOS Monterey 12 beta. The typical advantages to creating a bootable install drive is that you can obviously boot a Mac from it, which enables the ability to erase and format a Mac, as well as install macOS Monterey beta onto the Mac. This is useful for clean installs, installing onto multiple Macs, troubleshooting, and more.

This tutorial will walk through the steps to create a bootable macOS Monterey beta boot drive for both the developer beta and public beta.

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How to Install macOS Monterey Public Beta

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If you’re interested in installing and trying out macOS Monterey public beta, you now have the opportunity to do so as it became available to download for any Mac user.

Beta system software is typically less stable and more prone to bugs and incompatibilities, so installing the macOS Monterey public beta should be reserved for more advanced users, preferably on secondary Macs. Nonetheless, installing and running MacOS 12 public beta is pretty easy, so if you’re up for testing out the upcoming system software version, read on as this tutorial will walk…

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How to Install macOS Monterey Developer Beta

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Apple took the wraps off the next major iteration of macOS at the annual WWDC event, and it’s dubbed Monterey. It’s already available as an early beta build to registered developers. If you’re one of the developers, you’d ideally want to be on the latest software to ensure your apps are updated before the final version comes out later this year.

If you watched the keynote and you were impressed with all the changes and new features, you can try it out for yourself now. Regular users who’re keen on accessing this early build can enroll in the Apple…

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macOS Monterey Compatible Mac List

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MacOS Monterey includes some exciting new features and capabilities, like the ability to share a single mouse and keyboard across Mac and iPad with Universal Control, screen share with FaceTime, tons of improvements to Safari, and so much more, so it’s understandable if you’re interested in running macOS 12 on your Mac. But will it support macOS 12?

MacOS Monterey will require a compatible Mac, of course, so let’s take a look at the list of Macs which support macOS Monterey 12.

List of Macs Supporting MacOS Monterey

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