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How to Install and Use Rosetta Stone on a Mac with Apple Silicon




Rosetta Stone is a popular software for learning languages. It offers courses in over 30 languages, from Arabic to Vietnamese. However, if you have a Mac with Apple silicon, such as the M1 MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, or Mac mini, you may encounter some issues when trying to install and use Rosetta Stone. This is because Rosetta Stone is not yet compatible with the new architecture of Apple silicon, which uses ARM instead of Intel x86 processors.


Fortunately, there is a solution for this problem: Rosetta 2. Rosetta 2 is a translation layer that enables a Mac with Apple silicon to run apps that were built only for Intel x86 processors. Rosetta 2 works automatically in the background whenever you use an app that needs it, such as Rosetta Stone. In this article, we will show you how to install Rosetta 2 on your Mac with Apple silicon, and how to use Rosetta Stone with it.


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How to Install Rosetta 2 on Your Mac with Apple Silicon




There are two ways to install Rosetta 2 on your Mac with Apple silicon: using the Terminal, or by attempting to open an app that requires it. You can use whichever method you prefer, as both will have the same result of installing Rosetta 2 on your Mac.


Method 1: Using the Terminal




The Terminal is an app that allows you to execute commands on your Mac using text input. You can use the Terminal to install Rosetta 2 by following these steps:



  • Open the Terminal app from the Applications > Utilities folder, or by using Spotlight search.



  • Type or paste the following command into the Terminal window and press Enter: softwareupdate --install-rosetta



  • You will be asked to agree to a license agreement. Read it carefully and type agree if you accept it, or press Ctrl+C to cancel the installation.



  • The installation will begin and may take a few minutes to complete. You will see a message saying "Done" when it is finished.




You can also skip the license agreement by adding an additional flag to the command: /usr/sbin/softwareupdate --install-rosetta --agree-to-license. However, we recommend that you read the license agreement before agreeing to it.


Method 2: Using an App that Requires Rosetta 2




If you have any app that was built only for Intel x86 processors on your Mac with Apple silicon, such as Rosetta Stone, you can install Rosetta 2 by simply launching the app. You will be prompted to install Rosetta 2 automatically if it is not already installed on your Mac. Here are the steps to follow:



  • Make sure that your Mac is connected to the internet.



  • Open any app that requires Rosetta 2, such as Rosetta Stone.



  • If Rosetta 2 is not installed, you will see a message saying "Rosetta is necessary to open this application." Click Install to proceed.



  • You will be asked to enter your user name and password to allow the installation. Type them and click OK.



  • The installation will begin and may take a few minutes to complete. You will see a message saying "Rosetta has been installed successfully" when it is done.



  • The app will open automatically after the installation.




How to Use Rosetta Stone with Rosetta 2




Once you have installed Rosetta 2 on your Mac with Apple silicon, you can use Rosetta Stone normally as you would on an Intel-based Mac. Rosetta 2 will translate the app for use with Apple silicon without any noticeable difference in performance or functionality. You do not need to open or interact with Rosetta 2 directly; it works automatically in the background whenever you use an app that needs it.


To use Rosetta Stone with Rosetta 2, follow these steps:



  • Open Rosetta Stone from your Applications folder or Dock.



  • Log in with your username and password, or create a new account if you do not have one.



  • Choose the language you want to learn from the list of available languages.



  • Follow the instructions on the screen to start your language learning journey.




You can also use Rosetta Stone online or on your mobile device if you prefer. Rosetta 2 is only needed for the desktop version of Rosetta Stone on a Mac with Apple silicon.


How to Check if an App Needs Rosetta 2




If you are not sure whether an app on your Mac with Apple silicon needs Rosetta 2 or not, you can check its information in the Finder. Here is how:



  • Select the app's icon in the Finder.



  • From the File menu in the Finder menu bar, choose Get Info.



  • In the Info window that opens, look for the information labeled Kind.



  • If the kind is Application (Intel), the app needs Rosetta 2 to work on a Mac with Apple silicon.



  • If the kind is Application (Universal), the app does not need Rosetta 2, because it supports both Apple silicon and Intel processors.




Some universal apps (apps that do not need Rosetta 2) include the setting "Open using Rosetta." This setting enables a universal app such as a web browser to use plug-ins, extensions, or other add-ons that do need Rosetta 2, because they have not been updated to support Apple silicon. If a universal app does not recognize an add-on that you installed for it, you can quit the app, select this setting, and try again.


Conclusion




Rosetta Stone is a great software for learning languages, but it may not work on a Mac with Apple silicon without Rosetta 2. Rosetta 2 is a translation layer that enables a Mac with Apple silicon to run apps that were built only for Intel x86 processors. You can install Rosetta 2 on your Mac with Apple silicon using the Terminal or by launching an app that requires it. Once you have installed Rosetta 2, you can use Rosetta Stone normally as you would on an Intel-based Mac. Rosetta 2 works automatically in the background whenever you use an app that needs it, and does not affect the performance or functionality of the app.


We hope this article helped you learn how to install and use Rosetta Stone on a Mac with Apple silicon. If you have any questions or feedback, please let us know in the comments below.


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