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macOS Ventura – 14 Settings You NEED to Change on Launch

Published on: December 8 2022 by Andrew Ethan Zeng

Are you a new macOS Ventura 14 user? If so, there are some settings you should consider changing to optimize your experience. Here are some of the settings you NEED to change on launch.

1. Dark Mode:

Dark mode can reduce eye strain and improve battery life. Here's how to enable it:

- Go to System Preferences

- Click on General

- Select Dark mode

2. Dock:

The Dock is a central feature in macOS. Here are some ways to customize it:

- Go to System Preferences

- Click on Dock & Menu Bar

- Choose where you want the Dock to appear

- Adjust the size and magnification of icons

- Enable or disable features like show recent applications or automatically hide and show the Dock

3. Keyboard:

The keyboard is your primary input device on macOS. Here are some ways to customize it:

- Go to System Preferences

- Click on Keyboard

- Adjust keyboard settings like repeat rate and delay until repeat

- Enable or disable features like auto-correct or smart quotes

4. Trackpad:

The trackpad is an essential component of modern MacBooks. Here are some ways to customize it:

- Go to System Preferences

- Click on Trackpad

- Adjust trackpad settings like scrolling direction and tap to click

- Enable or disable features like force click and haptic feedback or secondary click

5. Notifications:

Notifications can be useful but can also be distracting. Here are some ways to customize them:

- Go to System Preferences

- Click on Notifications

- Choose which apps can send you notifications

- Adjust notification settings like banners, sounds, and badges

By changing these settings, you can optimize your macOS Ventura 14 experience. Take a few minutes to customize your system and enjoy a more personalized and productive computing experience.

macOS Ventura – 14 Settings You NEED to Change on Launch

- Andrew shares 14 settings to change on Mac OS Ventura

- He has been testing Ventura on the new M2 Air

Settings to Change:

1. Turn on the new rapid security response feature

- Go to system preferences > click general > go into software update

- Enable install security responses and system files for automatic security updates

2. Improve the Hide My Email feature

- Go to system settings > click on Apple ID > go into iCloud

- Scroll down and click Hide My Email > follow the prompts

3. Set up Spotlight with Quick Look and Quick Action functions

- Bring up Spotlight with command spacebar > customize what it searches for

- Go to system settings > scroll down to Siri and Spotlight > customize Spotlight settings

4. Access and set up the new ambient sounds feature

- Go to system settings > go into accessibility > go into audio > choose different background sounds

- Add them to control center for quick access

5. Turn on featured content in the Photos app

- Go to the Photos app > click photos in the top menu bar > click settings > toggle on memory notifications, featured content, and holiday events

- Reset suggested memories to clean it up

6. Download free custom fonts available in Font Book

- Search for Font Book in Spotlight > download official fonts from Apple for free

7. Turn on the new Stage Manager feature

- Go to system settings > go into desktop and dock > scroll down into Stage Manager

8. Turn on Live Captions feature

- Go to system settings > go into accessibility > turn on captions

9. Turn on weather notifications in the updated Weather app

- Go into the Weather app > go into settings > turn on severe weather and next hour precipitation notifications

10. Set up Smart Folders

- Bring up a Finder window > click file > click new smart folder > add parameters

11. Sync important folders to iCloud

- Go to system settings > go into Apple ID > go into iCloud > scroll down to iCloud Drive > choose desktop and document folders

12. Use the new Duplicates Photo folder

- Go to the Photos app > click photos in the top menu bar > click the Duplicates option on the side panel

13. Turn off Natural Trackpad Movement

- Go to system settings > go into trackpad > turn off natural scrolling

14. Pair Nintendo controllers to Mac

- Go to Bluetooth settings > connect Nintendo Pro Controller

- Drop the code word comment Mac Ventura if you made it to the end

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