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Where do screenshots go now that I've installed Ventura?

You already commented that it was Dropbox that absconded with your screenshots. I was going to suggest that perhaps there was some automation set up that was moving them quickly. I have Hazel do ...
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Does Apple ever update the firmware on their USB C AC power adapters?

There may be an indirect evidence that Apple may occasionally, or at least capable of, issuing updates for power adapters that come with Macs. See this Apple support document, “About background ...
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TrialArchivingService is this a new process or is it malware?

TrialArchivingService (or triald) have definitely been seen by other users, and most likely are not malware. In fact, triald is running on my computer right now. It's not exactly obvious what the ...
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macOS Ventura - Cannot update macOS 13.0.1 to 13.1

below code helped me fixed this issue: softwareupdate -l softwareupdate -i "macOS Ventura 13.1-22C65"
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KeepassXC update

Probably because I haven't originally installed with brew? Exactly. You haven't installed KeePass XC with Homebrew, so they have no idea whether it's installed or not. You can check which apps you've ...
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macOS Ventura - Cannot update macOS 13.0.1 to 13.1

If you are experiencing issues when it lists multiple updates, try installing just one update at a time. You can click "More Info..." and refine the list to just the OS update, then try.
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macOS Ventura - Cannot update macOS 13.0.1 to 13.1

I had a similar problem. Update was not found at first, and after a few tries (by Terminal softwareupdate -l) it was found. When downloading, it was stuck at 15% and so forth so I had to start over ...
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Where do screenshots go now that I've installed Ventura?

Adding this answer for details on the eventual solution after determining details of the real problem. CMD+Shift+5 brought me to the Screenshot application UI and I was able to determine that it goes ...
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Where do screenshots go now that I've installed Ventura?

Use the keyboard shortcut Cmd + Shift + 5 to display the Screenshot tools UI: Click on the Options button to display the submenu where you can choose the Save to location or view the pre-configured ...
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Where do screenshots go now that I've installed Ventura?

To check the native screenshot tool's preferences from Terminal: defaults read com.apple.screencapture To output only the save destination: defaults read com.apple.screencapture location And to ...
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Where do screenshots go now that I've installed Ventura?

When you take a screenshot, it first appears in the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. Then, if you don't do anything, it will auto-save after a few moments to a location of your choosing. To ...
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