A new update has broken Discord for some owners of Apple Silicon Macs — but there's a fix.
macOS Ventura Tips and Tricks
In macOS Ventura you can move your user's Home directory to a larger or faster external drive. Here's how.
This lesser-known background sounds feature in macOS Ventura can help you relax and focus, so you can increase your productivity while at your desk. Here's how to set it up.
Continuity Camera allows you to use your iPhone's camera to insert photos or documents in your Mac and use it as a FaceTime camera as well. Here is how to use Continuity Camera in macOS Ventura.
When something goes wrong with your Mac, it's a boon to have a separate, external drive that you can work from — but Apple no longer makes that easy. Here's how to do it.
As part of the security improvements in Apple Silicon Macs running macOS Ventura, Apple has made it so that new USB or Thunderbolt devices have to be approved. Here's how to manage how often you see the requests.
If you're still rocking it old school with an iPod, syncing may be an issue. It still works, but you may have to finesse it a bit. Here's what to try if your iPod won't sync with macOS Ventura.
There are a number of settings you can change to control how the macOS Dock looks and behaves, which can help enhance your usage of the macOS UI element. Here's how to access them.
Apple has gone to some lengths to make it possible for iOS developers to easily make Mac apps, and a few have. Here's how to find what's available in macOS Ventura.
When working on your Mac for a long time, you may have many apps open and it may become a hassle to close every one of them individually. Here is how to close all your open apps at once.
Scheduling your Mac to reboot automatically has changed in macOS Ventura, and not for the better. Here's how to get it done.
There have been varying reports of the mediaanalysisd background process causing excessive CPU usage in macOS when scanning photos. Here's what it is, what it does, and how to stop it.
In a previous article, we looked at connecting various kinds of Arduino hardware to your Mac. Here's how to get started programming on them to create your own projects.
Arduino is an inexpensive, small electronics platform for makers. Here's how to get started with it on macOS.
If you have to use a flash drive on both Macs and Windows PCs, make sure both systems can read it. Here's how to format the drive correctly.
Stacks and Quick Look are handy features in the macOS Finder that can help speed up your workflow. Here's how to get started using them.
It's about the time of year when people start reorganizing their lives, including calendars. As part of that effort, you may have a bunch of iCloud calendars you need to merge. Here's how to do it.
In macOS Big Sur, Apple added the very useful New Folder With Selection command to Finder. Here's what it does, and how to use it.
Parental controls in macOS are designed to keep children safe. Here's how to use them, and why you should.
You can quickly find your duplicate photos and videos in the macOS Ventura Photos app, and you don't need to download any third-party apps. Here's how to do it.