Mac OS X Beta Interface Tour: System Preferences

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This new application, System Preferences, is the Mac OS X equivalent of the Control Panels folder. But these items are all Apple-supplied, and third parties don't get to drop their own controls in this application. The strip at the top is for commonly-used items; you can drag any of the icons from below up onto the strip, and they'll stay; drag them out and they'll disappear from the strip.

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