If your using vmware fusion, do not upgrade to sonoma, as there is a extremely serious bug.
The vertual machines do not work at all with voiceover enabled.
If you try and start up a vertual machine and voiceover is enabled, as soon as you press start up, the vm will start up for a second, and then it'll crash and take you back to the, start up, button.
However if you try starting up the vertual machine and voiceover is off, the machine will run without any problems whatsoever. However if you then enable voiceover once again when you got the vvertual machine to run, it'll crash once again, and bring you back to the start up, button.
I already reported this bug to apple accessibility, however I need help from yoll here, to report it as well, as this is a extremely serious bug.
Also, using a 2018 macbook pro, intel i7, 32gigs of ram, however that's not of much importance I think.
Edit, here's a screen recording of the bug.
Also, here's the feedback id, for reference,
If anyone else reports this, reference that feedback ID.
Also for reference, I've tried absolutely everything; completely uninstalling vmware fusion, complete reinstall of macos sonoma, upgrating to the latest version, formating of the drive and reinstalling sonoma completely and reinstalling vmware fusion... Nothing works. And when testing with a sighted person, I was told, that when voiceover was off and he tried starting the vm, no problems; but when he did the same with voiceover on... It didn't start at all. It just made as if it wanted to start, and completely crashed.