How to install Rosetta on Mac

Learning how to install Rosetta on a Mac is important for anyone who recently switched to a computer running Apple Silicon. When Apple decided to bid farewell to Intel by introducing its own chips (Apple Silicon) on new Macs, many users were concerned that apps created for the older computers would not work on the latest machines.

But the tech giant had an ace up its sleeve called Rosetta 2 — a translation layer that runs in the background and allows Intel-based apps to run. It has provided a perfect stopgap until the developers get around to updating it.

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