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A typical Prefs drawer

AHI (Audio Hardware Interface) - Allows for control over the audio functions of your Amiga

AmigaInput - Setup for gamepads and joysticks

ASL - Allows for control over file requesters

Compatibility - Manages the 68K Just-in-time compiler settings

Console - Controls the settings for the Amiga Shell

DefIcons - Interface to allow behaviour of default icons

DOS - Manages DOS settings

Font - Controls Font selection for Workbench, Screens, and Windows

GUI - Used to control the look and feel of various elements of the AmigaOS 4 interface

Input - Controls the settings for the keyboard and mouse

Internet - Contains settings for the computer's network connections

Locale - Sets the user's preferred languages

Notifications - Controls the behaviour of Ringhio, the AmigaOS 4.1 pop-up notification system

Palette - Allows the user to adjust certain colours used for some on-screen elements

Picasso96Mode - Advanced controls for creating and modifying graphics modes

Pointer - Allows editing of the mouse pointer's image

PopupMenu - Settings controlling the look and behaviour of the system's pop-up menus

Printer -

PrinterGfx -

PrinterPS -

ScreenBlanker - Preferences for the system's screen saver / screen blanker

ScreenMode - Settings for screen resolution and colour depth

Screens - Allows the setting up and control of custom screens for applications

Serial - Sets the default settings for the serial port

Time - Allows the user to set the system's time and date

Timezone - Allows the user to set their current timezone and Daylight Saving Time preferences

UBoot - Advanced settings concerning the computer's initial booting system

USB - Contains USB preferences and information

WBPattern - Settings for the background of the Workbench screen and directory windows

WBStartup - Controls which programs are launched when Workbench starts

Workbench - Settings which control certain aspects of the Workbench's behaviour