Category: MacOS Ventura

How to Clear DNS Cache in MacOS Ventura & MacOS Monterey

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Mac users may need to occasionally clear out and flush DNS cache in MacOS, perhaps because they modified their hosts file, or for troubleshooting purposes.

Resetting DNS cache on the Mac is generally only needed by advanced users, but even novice Mac users should find the process to be pretty easy, though it is achieved through the use of the command line.

How to Flush DNS Cache in MacOS Ventura & MacOS Monterey

Here’s how to clear out and reset your DNS cache in modern MacOS versions:

  1. Open the Terminal application on the Mac, the simplest way to do this is…

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How to Install macOS Ventura on Mac

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Installing MacOS Ventura onto a Mac is pretty simple, but if you’re unfamiliar with the process of installing major system software updates, it may seem a little intimidating to jump into. Not to worry, we’ll walk through the process, and soon you’ll have macOS Ventura 13 running on the Mac in no time.

Before getting started, make sure your Mac is compatible with macOS Ventura 13. Most Macs released within the last few years support the update, including iMac (2017 and newer), MacBook Pro (2017 and newer), MacBook Air (2018 and newer), Mac Pro (2019 and…

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How to Allow Apps to be Downloaded & Opened from Anywhere on MacOS Ventura

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Wondering how you can allow apps to be downloaded and opened from anywhere on MacOS Ventura? You may have noticed the ability to select “Allow applications downloaded from anywhere” has been removed by default in macOS Ventura and other modern versions of MacOS. This does not mean it’s impossible to download and open apps from elsewhere however, and advanced users can enable this feature within System Settings if they need to on their Mac.

Note making changes to Gatekeeper has security and privacy ramifications, and is only appropriate for advanced users…

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Is MacOS Ventura Slow? 13+ Tips to Speed Up Performance

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Some Mac users feel that macOS Ventura is much slower than macOS Monterey or Big Sur, offering worse performance in general, and when performing the same tasks on their Mac.

It’s not unusual for users to feel that their computer is slower after a major MacOS update, and Ventura is no exception. If you feel like your Mac is notably slower or more sluggish, perhaps with slow app performance, more beach balling, or other unusually slow behavior when trying to use your computer, read on.

1: Mac is Very Slow After Updating to MacOS Ventura

If the update to macOS…

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Fix Wi-Fi & Internet Connection Problems in macOS Ventura

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Some users are reporting wi-fi connection issues and other internet connectivity problems after updating to MacOS Ventura 13. The problems can range from slow wi-fi connections or reconnections, wi-fi disconnecting randomly, or wi-fi not working at all, or internet connectivity not working after updating a Mac to macOS Ventura. Network connectivity issues seem to pop up for some users randomly after installing just about any macOS update, and Ventura is no exception.

We’ll walk through troubleshooting wi-fi connection problems in MacOS Ventura so you’ll be…

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Workaround for “operation can’t be completed unexpected error 100093” MacOS Ventura Finder Error

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Some Mac users running macOS Ventura have noticed a series of “operation can’t be completed because an unexpected error occurred” error messages when attempting to drag and drop files in the Finder from macOS Ventura to a virtual volume, like what’s often used on a Micro:bit, Raspberry Pi Pico, AdaFruit, CircuitPython / Pyboard, DAPLink, or other RP2040-based boards, and even some USB flash drives.

The full error message when attempting to drag and drop UF2 or hex files in the Finder to the target volume is usually “The operation can’t be completed…

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9 New Tips & Tricks for MacOS Ventura to Check Out Now

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Did you just install macOS Ventura on your Mac? Or maybe you’re thinking of downloading Ventura and installing the latest MacOS release, and you are just curious to see what some of the more exciting features and tips are for MacOS 13? Then check out some of these great new capabilities that the Mac has gained with the Ventura release.

1: Use Your iPhone as a Mac Webcam

Assuming your iPhone is running iOS 16 or newer, you can use it as an HD webcam on your Mac with Continuity Camera.

Selecting the iPhone as the camera to use is really easy, though it may vary…

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How to Get Your Mac Ready for MacOS Ventura

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If you’re excited about installing macOS Ventura onto your Mac, you certainly are not alone. The official release date for macOS Ventura is Monday, October 24, so whether you’re going to jump right into the software update the moment it’s available, or wait a bit, is entirely up to you. Whichever you choose, you’ll probably want to take a few moments to get your Mac ready for installing macOS Ventura 13.

Let’s take a look at some tips and considerations for installing macOS Ventura.

How to Prepare for MacOS Ventura

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How to Make a macOS Ventura Beta USB Installer

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Many advanced Mac users may wish to build a bootable macOS Ventura beta USB install drive, which makes it easy to install macOS Ventura beta onto multiple Macs, different volumes/partitions, and also can serve as a secondary boot recovery drive.


As usual with making a bootable MacOS installer, creating one for macOS Ventura beta requires the use of the Terminal application.

Prerequisites for making a macOS Ventura beta boot installer

You will also need the full macOS Ventura beta installer application. If you went to previously went to download and install Ventura…

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