macOS Ventura 13.0.1 arrives with bug fixes and improvements


Apple has released a new update for our Macs that is a breath of fresh air, because it fixes a number of bugs and adds a number of performance improvements to our Macs. An update, macOS Venture 13.0.1 It may not be as flashy as macOS Ventura was at the time, but it helps manage the device and use programs and applications without any problems and everything runs smoothly.

The new operating system update for our Macs, macOS Ventura 13.0.1 is now officially available for download. Two weeks after the release of macOS Ventura, we have a new version arriving with bug fixes and performance improvements. To the joy of users, this new version does bring solutions for specific problems found in the Ventura version. Apple has explained what the fixes and improvements consist of.

Fixed an issue related to a security vulnerability: Fixed existing possibility where a remote user could cause the application to crash or execute arbitrary code. It has been removed by improving input validation and improving checks.

So, even if the update doesn't seem like much of a big deal or doesn't add any new features, it's important to have it installed as soon as possible to fix that vulnerability. Well, install it automatically, waiting for it to pop up, or you can force the download and installation manually. To do this, you just have to go to the Apple download center and request macOS Ventura 13.0.1 and as soon as it can, its installation will start and you will be able to work more safely. At least for now. go to System Settings > General Software Update.

We are waiting to know if Apple has introduced other improvements or corrections, for now if you detect it, it would be nice to be able to read it in comments and that make us part of it. 

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  1.   Pedro said

    macOS Ventura no longer has scheduled power off/on. Simply no one has noticed that it has disappeared.