6 Ways to Access System Report in macOS 13 Ventura on Mac

There could be all sorts of reasons why you may need to access the system report on your Mac. Maybe you want to have a close look at the hardware specifics to figure out the actual capability of your Mac or check the networking information to resolve a persistent issue or view the software specifics such as applications, accessibility settings, fonts, language info, and more. Notably, the system report is slightly hidden on Mac, leaving many wondering as to where it resides. That’s why I thought it would be better to talk about the quick ways to view system report in macOS 13 Ventura on Mac. That said, let’s jump right in!

View System Report on Mac in macOS 13 Ventura or Later

There are multiple hassle-free ways to view the system report on macOS.

1. Get System Report Information from Spotlight

Guess what? Spotlight is super handy when it comes to digging into any files and also revealing system reports.

  • Simply, press the Command+Spacebar and type in “System Information”.
  • After that, hit Return to open System Information on your Mac.
Check System Report on Mac

2. Find System Report from About This Mac

There is also an easy way to access the System Report/System Information from the About This Mac screen:

  • To do so, click on the  Apple menu located at the top left corner of the screen.
  • After that, choose “About This Mac” in the drop-down menu.
  • Then, click on “More Info…” and you are good to go.

3. Check System Information from  Apple Menu

Another simple way to get to the system report is through the  Apple menu with a keyboard modifier:

  • To get it done, hold the OPTION key and click on the  Apple menu.
  • Choose “System Information”.

4. From the System Settings

  • Launch the System Settings app -> General > About.
  • Now, you can view several important details about your Mac including Memory (RAM), chip, warranty status, and more. Click on the System Report to check the entire details.

5. Use the Launchpad

  • To get going, open the Launchpad folder in Finder.
  • Then, head over to the Other folder.
  • After that, open the System Information.

6. Use the Applications Folder

  • Navigate to the Applications folder.
  • After that, click on the Other folder.
  • Then, open the System Information.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q 1. Should you install macOS Ventura?

Apart from boasting a good many notable features including Stage Manager and the redesigned System Settings, Ventura is more stable and efficient than its predecessor. Therefore, it deserves a chance on your Mac.

Q 2. Will macOS Ventura slow down my Mac?

macOS Ventura is fully optimized to run smoothly even on older Macs. Hence, you shouldn’t worry about your Mac becoming sluggish after the installation of the software.

Q 3. Has the redesigned System Settings created confusion?

No. If you have tried iOS, chances are pretty high that you will find the revamped System Settings (formerly system preferences) impressive.

Wrap up…

There you go! So, that’s how you can find out the system report in macOS 13 Ventura or later. Now that you are familiar with the tricks, make the most of it to keep a track of the system info.

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