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MacOS 13 Ventura Public Beta Now Available, Here’s How to Download

MacOS 13 Ventura Public Beta

Macos 13 Ventura public beta. This fall, Apple will release a beta of macOS 13 Ventura for public beta testers, allowing them a chance to test the software before its official release.

Anyone with a suitable Mac can download the macOS Ventura Public Beta for free, and no developer account is required. This tutorial shows you how to install the beta software in a few simple steps.

If you have a secondary machine, use it instead of your primary Mac to install the macOS Ventura Public Beta. Apple does not recommend installing the beta on your primary Mac. In beta software, there are often flaws and difficulties that can prevent the software from working properly or cause other problems.

System Preferences have undergone some significant UI changes, so you may want to wait before committing to beta usage until you’ve tried it out.

Ventura Compatibility for Mac OS X

Macs that could run macOS Monterey are compatible with macOS Ventura. The software can be run on the Macs listed below.

Make a copy of your Time Machine

Use Apple’s Time Machine tool with an external hard drive to build a backup before upgrading to the Ventura beta.

There are a few things you’ll need to do before reverting back to your previous setup, such as reinstalling macOS Monterey (or your previous operating system) and making a backup of all of your files.

Become a member of the Beta Program

Apple’s free Apple Beta Software Program is required to install macOS Ventura. You can do so by following these instructions.

Log in to a Mac and use a browser to access the Apple Beta Software Program’s website.

For first-time users, click Sign up, while returning members should click Sign in at the upper right of the website.

If two-factor authentication is necessary, enter your Apple ID and password.

Accept the terms and conditions of the Apple Beta Program.

Scroll to the top of the Guide for Public Betas page and click “Enroll Your Devices,” then “macOS,” once you’ve signed in.

Obtaining and installing the beta version of macOS Ventura.

To download the beta version of macOS 13: 

You need to be a member of the public beta testing programme.

On the beta page, choose the macOS section and then “Enroll your Mac” and select the “Download macOS Public Beta Access Utility option.”

Allowing downloads from “” is a simple yes or no question.

The beta installer (macOSPublicBetaAccessUtility.dmg) will appear in your downloads folder unless you’ve altered where files download. Simply look for it and click on it twice to have it opened up.

Run the installer by double-clicking on the.pkg file within.

You may see a message urging you to use Time Machine to back up your Mac. Either back up and retrace your steps, or click OK and then Continue if you’ve already done so.

Please confirm your consent to the software licence agreement by clicking Agree and then clicking Install. If prompted, type in your administrator password.

The macOS 13 Beta download will be displayed in the System Preferences Software Update window once the download is complete. The public beta programme can be downloaded by clicking Upgrade Now when requested. Upon completion of the download and restart, your Mac should be back to normal.

Upon restart, the macOS 13 installer should be launched. Apps can be found in the Applications folder if it doesn’t work.

Backup of the Macos 13 Ventura public beta

Here, you can proceed with the process by clicking Continue and following the on-screen instructions, as long as you agree to the terms of service and have made a backup.

To use the public beta, choose a disc and click “Install.” You have the option of selecting either your primary disc or a partition that you’ve already built on that drive.

Restart or wait for your Mac to reboot automatically once you’ve clicked Install and typed in your administrator password.

Installing macOS 13 will begin after your Mac resumes. If you wait for the update to finish installing and then restart your Mac, you will be using the Ventura public beta at that point.

Stage Manager and Continuity Camera are only two of the new features in macOS Ventura. We’ve compiled a comprehensive list of all the new features in Mac OS X Ventura. As far as I know, it’ll be out in the fall.

Also Read: 

macOS 13 Ventura: 4 features maddeningly not supported by Intel macs

How to download the macOS Ventura update on your MacBook and iMac

macOS Monterey 12.4 has finally rolled out: Here are all the details!

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Q1: What is the best way for me to obtain Mac 13?

Q2: What’s the difference between Bigsur and macOS Catalina?

Safari is the default web browser.

There are a lot of cool new features in macOS Big Sur, compared to macOS Catalina. Using the Safari start-up page, you can now change the background image and add your own image. Customizing the toolbar is also possible.

Q3: “Is my Mac old enough to be updated?”

For the time being, Big Sur and Catalina are both supported on macOS. As of October 2022, Catalina and Big Sur will no longer get updates, respectively. As a result, security updates for your current macOS version will no longer be available, and third-party applications may cease to function.

Q4: Is there a risk that Big Sur would slow down my Mac?

It is likely that your computer has slowed down after downloading Big Sur because you are running low on memory (RAM) and free space on your hard disc drive. To accommodate all of the changes that Big Sur brings, you will need a large storage space on your computer. In the future, many apps will be available to everyone.

Jennie Marquez

Jennie is a Staff writer, contributor and has been writing about tech for over a decade. Jennie’s work at trendblog is to specialize in phones and tablets, but she also takes on other tech like electric scooters, smartwatches, fitness, mobile gaming and more. She is based in London, UK.
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