To revert from macOS Ventura 3.2 to a previous update, you will need to follow these steps:
Backup your important data: Before you start the process, make sure to back up your important data to an external hard drive or cloud service. This is important as the process of downgrading to a previous version of macOS may result in data loss.
Create a bootable macOS installer: You will need to create a bootable macOS installer for the version you want to downgrade to. To do this, you can follow the instructions provided by Apple on their website.
Boot from the installer: Once you have created the bootable installer, restart your Mac and hold down the Option key. This will bring up the Startup Manager, where you can select the bootable installer as the startup disk.
Erase your startup disk: When you boot from the installer, you will be given the option to erase your startup disk. This will erase all the data on your Mac, so make sure you have backed up everything you need. Select the option to erase your startup disk.
Install the previous version of macOS: After erasing your startup disk, the installer will guide you through the process of installing the previous version of macOS. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
Restore your data: Once the installation is complete, you can restore your data from the backup you created earlier.