A Look At the new macOS Ventura System Preferences Redesign

System Preferences is now System Settings with categories listed on the left, settings in a list on the right, and new options and arrangements throughout.

Comments: 7 Responses to “A Look At the new macOS Ventura System Preferences Redesign”

    2 years ago

    Apple has hinted at this for some time. Finally, I like it. Thanks, Gary, for another clear and concise explanation of mac OS.

    Christian Nelson
    2 years ago

    I don't necessarily dislike this new preferences layout, but I don't see much of any benefit to users. Just more of the IOS-ification of macOS. Meanwhile, I appreciate your excellent tutorial. Thank you.

    Erdem YĆ¼ksektepe
    2 years ago

    I want to activate "Automatic log in" function but it couldn't activated. Is there any way to activate. Thanks, Gary.

    2 years ago

    Erdem: See https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201476 for some reasons this could be. In general, it is best not to use it for security reasons anyway.

    2 years ago


    From my point of view, new look of system setting is the worstest change for a years. Pictures used in the Mouse settings for example make me little bit nervous, looks like on Windoze systems.

    But thank you for your tutorial.

    Raoul Coppens-Browne
    2 years ago

    New Preferences System is NOT helpful , it is a step back.
    Also many Preferences once altered are not being saved!!
    Notebly; 'Signatures'. in 'MAIL' are not being saved.

    2 years ago

    Raoul: Signatures are not part of System Settings, but part of Mail Settings. Two different things. I'm not having that problem with Mail signatures, so perhaps an issue on your machine, not something that changed in Ventura? I'd call Apple Support if you can't determine a solution.

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