Maximum features in macOS go undiscovered. Users utilize just the basic functions and don’t bother to explore. It is mostly out of laziness or lesser availability of time. So, to make sure that you use your Mac to its core, we performed the task and formulated this master guide to help you discover the undiscovered in macOS.
Cleaning Up System Preferences
System Preferences on the Mac is a centralized window, where you get all of your main settings. However, this menu has more useful items than useful ones. So, here is a quick way to clean up the menu and trash all the wasteful items.
Step 1: Start with the Apple menu at the top left of the screen and select “System Preferences.”
Step 2: Now, select “View” at the top of the screen.
Step 3: Choose “Customize” in the dropdown list of shortcuts.
Step 4: Here, unmark the menus you don’t need or want access to.
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