Just wondering where we stand at the moment with Ventura? I know the last update was really buggy according to Oliver Kennett.
Has there been any progress? I want to try it but the constant crashing with Safari and VoiceOver as reported in the last release is stopping me.
By harry6116, 1 September, 2022
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you can try it no problem.
Go into disk utility and create a new apfs volume in macintosh hd, and install ventura to this new apfs volume. This way, all your data apps etc, won't be affected, and if you don't feel like its good enough yet for your needs, simply boot into your main mac os apfs volume.
Thanks so much, I think I might consider this.
I tried to install the macOS Ventura beta on a secondary volume
I tried to install macOS Ventura beta on a secondary volume, but I failed. I think you must install the first beta of macOS to be able to install it on a secondary volume, because if you want to install the next betas, the OS will install on your main disk. I had a volume with Ventura installed, but I deleted it because I didn't know how to switch between OSs. And when I tried again to install it on a secondary volume, I couldn't do it. When I pressed on update now button, and after downloading, my Mac restarted automatically, and macOS Ventura was installed on my main volume. I don't know if it is different for developer beta, but if you do not install the first public beta of macOS Ventura, you will not be able to install it on a secondary volume. If I'm wrong, please tell me!
you need to do the following
Install the previous mac os on the secondary volume, Monterey as a example, boot up into the secondary Monterey volume, and instal the beta from there. Also, to restart to a separate volume, go into system preferences, startup disk, and select your secondary volume, or the volume you want to start in.
I hate ventura.
I hope that they iron out the bug that I have send them, if not, I am sticking with monterey.