As of recently (last two weeks it seems) I have been getting intermittent freezing. Sometimes its once a day, other times its 3+ times a day, and I am not sure if it is Parallels or if it is Windows related. I am working in a CAD program, and out of the blue, it's as if my screen is frozen. I have dual monitors (one being windows, one being MacOS). On the Mac side, it runs fine/normal. Windows side, it's as if everything is frozen, minus the cursor that's coming from the MacOS side. The cursor within windows is frozen. I am not able to even get the dock that I typically hide for the MacOS to appear when on the Windows side when it is frozen. When the system is not frozen, I can get the dock to appear if I have the cursor at the bottom of the monitor long enough. It works fine within the monitor with the MacOS running. The only way to "fix" is to for the MacOS to restart. This will end up causing the Windows side to be suspended, or that's what appears as it is reloading, once I have restarted. Never had this issue before, and the only thing I can think of is it is somehow due to Ventura. If I go under Activity Monitor, neither Parallels or Windows is running/consuming more than say 10% of CPU when it freezes. Any help would be appreciated. Current Build/System: MacBook Pro 2019 - 2.4 GHz 8-Core Intel Core i9, AMD Radeon Pro 5500M 8 GB, Intel UHD Graphics 630 1536 MB MacOS 13.0.1 Parallels 18.0.3 - If I check for an update, it says none are available, even though I am seeing something about 18.1 on the forums. (Maybe its not an update for my system).