Currently, ParseHub does not support the newest macOS update (2.20 Version 13: "Ventura").
A new ParseHub client will be delivered in a few months and will work with all operating systems. You will receive an email and message when this new client is live.
To use ParseHub on macOS Ventura at this moment, you will need to use one of the following workarounds:
Running an older version of macOS on Ventura using a Virtual Machine (VM):
1. Begin by downloading UTM, an open-source software to run virtual operating systems on your Mac: https://mac.getutm.app/
2. You must now download the older version of macOS you wish to run virtually
- Visit this link: https://ipsw.me/product/Mac
- Choose your device.
- Choose the desired IPSW file, we recommend macOS 12.6 (Monterey).
3. Now it is time to install your recovery macOS file (IPSW) on UTM.
- Before you begin, make sure you have a decent amount of free storage.
- Drag the UTM app into your Applications folder and launch it.
- Click on create a New Virtual Machine.
- Choose “Virtualize” and click macOS12+ on the OS screen.
- Now you can import the IPSW file you downloaded earlier.
- You can now choose your VM settings, such as CPU, RAM and Storage.
- Finally, you can start your Monterey virtual machine and begin the MacOS setup.
4. Now that your VM is set up, you can download and use ParseHub as you would normally.
5. If ParseHub is slow on your virtual machine, you may need to increase the virtual hardware specs on your VM.
Running Windows 10 on macOS with Boot Camp (Intel processor Macs only):
- Begin by downloading the Windows 10 disk image: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10
- Launch Boot Camp Assistant (only available on Intel Macs). This work around won’t work on M1/M2 Mac devices.
- Choose the ISO file you downloaded from Microsoft and create a Windows OS partition on your drive.
- Boot Camp Assistant will now download the necessary support files and will boot into Windows.
- Choose Install now on the Windows Setup screen.
- Continue with the Windows setup, you can choose “I do not have a product key”.
- Click “Custom: Install Windows Only (advanced)” and choose your Bootcamp drive.
- Windows will now finish installing.
- Once Windows boots, you will get a Boot Camp popup which will install critical drivers.
- Search Apple Software Update in your Windows search bar, and install the drivers.
- Install all Windows updates by searching Windows Update and then clicking “Check for Updates”.
- Finally, you can install and use ParseHub on your Windows operating system.
You will receive an email and message when the new ParseHub client is ready. You will be able to run ParseHub on your Ventura OS, without a VM or Windows OS. You can remove/delete your VM/Boot Camp if you wish when the new client is live. Just make sure to back up any important data before deleting VM/Boot Camp instances.