Immediately following yesterday’s iOS, iPadOS and watchOS, today it is the turn of macOS Monterey to open the public beta, so that Mac users can see it quickly. macOS Monterey is a relatively small change, and one of the most interesting features-Universal Control, which allows you to control multiple Macs and iPads with a keyboard and mouse-has not yet appeared in the beta test, so it is now mainly available What I tried is the new Safari interface that combines the address bar and tabs into one, and the new features of FaceTime, AirPlay and Shortcuts.
The main design concept of Safari’s interface is to allow a device with a small screen to have a larger space to display web pages, but on a desktop with relatively ample space, it seems a bit too much, except that the address bar will become a tab on the left and right. Outside of the page, because the page with the address bar will take up more space, the other tab pages will be shrunk smaller, and soon there will be only one icon left. In this way, it takes a little more work to find the one you want among multiple pages on the same website.
Like other operating systems, if you want to try it out first, you have to go to Apple’s Beta test page registration, Of course don’t forget to back up your data!