Apple today launched new beta versions of its upcoming operating systems. With macOS Monterey beta 3, the company redesigned the new Safari tab line. If you do not like what it looks like, you can switch back to the old way that was present in the first and second beta versions of macOS Monterey.
Safari’s controversial new look surely causes a lot of discussions online. While with iOS 15 beta 3, the changes were more subtle, with macOS Monterey beta 3, Safari looks really different again.
With separate tabs, for example, the user can see almost all the headings on the tabs. While bringing back the Reload button is certainly a nice touch from Apple, it̵
To reset the Safari redesign in macOS Monterey beta 3, just follow these simple steps:
- When Safari is open, select “View” at the top left;
- Turn off “Show separate tab bar.”
Done, now Safari looks like the first two betas of macOS Monterey, but with the addition of the Reload button again.
Currently, macOS Monterey beta 3 still does not support the long-awaited Universal Control feature, where the user can seamlessly move the trackpad and keyboard between Macs and iPads. This feature was unveiled under the WWDC21 main key, but so far Apple has not implemented it in beta yet.
macOS Monterey also brings several new features, such as AirPlay for Mac, SharePlay and a redesigned FaceTime experience, and a shortcut app. You can learn more about the upcoming Mac operating system here.
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