This tutorial shows you how to create a separate volume (partition) on your Mac’s internal drive to install macOS Ventura on it.
Using this method, you will have two macOS versions on the same Mac. The first volume will have the macOS you’re currently running (likely macOS Monterey), and the second volume will have macOS Ventura. You will be able to start up your Mac into either one.
You can create a bootable installer for macOS Ventura on a USB flash drive or secondary volume. This is useful if you want to install macOS Ventura on multiple Macs and don't want to download the huge 12 GB file every time on each computer.
In this tutorial, we show you how to create a bootable installer for macOS Ventura on an external drive.
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