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Summary: Apart from explaining what error 10673 and error 10826 are and how to fix them, this post also guides you to solve other errors similar to "The application can't be opened.", such as Minecraft can't be opened on Mac.
In most cases, the "The application can't be opened. -10673" error happens when opening an email or the links/attachments in a received email on the Apple Mail app or clicking a link in other apps. But some may also receive error 10673 when launching apps like Zoom after updating to macOS Monterey.
Some Mac users have discovered that if they open their favorite browser first and then click the link they want to open, error 10673 will never occur. Hopefully, this workaround can help you eliminate the "The application cannot be opened." error on macOS Monterey as well.
If Mail isn't selected as the default email reader on your Mac, it may pose some problems like error 10673. You can check whether your default email reader is Mail by opening the Mail app, clicking Mail from the top-left menu, and selecting Preferences > General. If it's set to Mail, resetting it again may also be useful.
Booting into Safe Mode repairs the hard drive and clears the cache that may result in the "The application can't be opened." error on macOS Monterey. Therefore, it's possible that simply starting up your Mac in Safe Mode and booting normally can resolve the issue.
Similar to error 10673, error 10826 also appears when Mac fails to open the link in an email. The link is often from a trusted resource, but macOS can't open it directly. When error 10826 occurs, usually, you can't open all the email links.
The email link is supposed to open with your default browser, which may fail when the browser has a problem opening it. In which case, you should check your default browser and try to alter it to see whether it's the culprit.
If you can't open the link directly in a message, consider copying and pasting the link into your browser. That way, you should be able to open the link, though it only resolves the issue temporarily when the application cannot be opened on macOS Monterey.
Minecraft may not respond or gives you the "The application Minecraft Launcher can't be opened." message when trying to open it. This may result from a frozen process that you can quit via Activity Monitor. To do it, open Activity Monitor, search for the processes relevant to Minecraft and then click the cross icon to quit the selected process. If it doesn't work, follow these steps:
You will also receive a "The application *** can't be opened" error when the app you are trying to launch doesn't have execution permissions. Besides starting the app from the Contents/MacOS folder, like we said before with Minecraft, you can make the app executable via Terminal. The steps below should also apply to the following errors:
There are a few reasons why you may encounter this issue. It may be because a lot of people are trying to download macOS Monterey at the same time. If you think this is the case, try again later on a non-peak time to see if the download works then. You can also check the live status of the Apple Server (opens in new tab) to make sure everything is alright on Apple's end.
To make sure you do, open up the Apple menu and click on 'About This Mac.' Select 'Storage' then check to make sure you have enough space on your hard drive. You need at least 15GB free. If you're running low, open up the Apple menu, click 'About this Mac' then go to Storage > Manage and free up some disk space there.
You can also open up the Apple menu and select 'System Preferences'. From the window that appears, click 'Users & Groups'. Select 'Login Items' and then select the apps you want to stop opening at startup and click the small minus sign below the list.
You can also check your AirDrop settings by opening Finder and from the 'Go' menu select 'AirDrop'. Changing the 'Allow me to be discovered by' setting to 'Everyone' can fix AirDrop issues, though make sure you're comfortable using this setting before you turn it on.
You can open any Mac application with root privileges, as long as you have an administrator password. As always, do not use root access unless you know what you are doing, as you could cause serious damage to the application or to your computer.
Knowing how to open RAR files can be a useful skill if you're regularly downloading different drives, files, and applications from third-party websites. Unlike zip files, RAR files aren't natively supported by Windows, so you'll need an application specifically designed to handle them.
Step 3: With the RAR file now open, you have a number of options for what you can do with it. You can access individual files within the RAR archive by double-clicking them, or navigate through folders in the same way to dig deeper into the RAR file.
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You should only use a force shutdown on your Mac as an absolute last resort. It can cause you to lose unsaved progress in open documents and might even result in corrupted files in your operating system.
If possible, try to shut down your Mac normally by opening the Apple () menu and clicking Shut Down from the menu bar. This is much safer, but you might find your Mac takes a long time to shut down if it needs to finish updates or close down apps first.
Try to save each of your open files by pressing Cmd + S or selecting File > Save from the menu bar. If possible, you may want to make a new Time Machine backup before restarting.
To eject your external storage devices safely, go to your Desktop and drag the external drive to the Trash icon in the Dock. Alternatively, open Finder and click the Eject button next to your drive in the sidebar.
Press Cmd + Q to quit your current app or click the app name in the menu bar and select Quit [App]. Cycle between your open apps using Cmd + Tab to find out which other apps are still running.
You can force quit Mac apps if any of them refuse to quit normally. Press Option + Cmd + Escape to open the Force Quit window. Select the unresponsive app in this window, then click Force Quit to close it down.
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