The Mac, like iOS, has more than one fair share of imaginative animations that accompany most user interactions. They may look pretty good, but they can also make people prone to exercise illness feeling sick. It's not good, so here's how to turn them off.
Unfortunately, no matter what you do, it's impossible to stop MacOS from getting rid of itself, flaring interface elements around the screen with a thought of your health. However, you can limit the number of screens you are exposed to by selecting a check box.
The "Reduce Motion" option is one that does exactly what it sounds like. By reducing the movement and animations on the screen, the setting should make it easier for everyone to use their Mac without feeling worried. If you suffer from exercise sickness, this is an attitude you should definitely try.
Enable Reduce Motion
Because the description of the feature makes you believe, "Reduce Motion" is an accessibility setting, so you can start the headers to System Settings. To do so, click the Apple logo at the top of the screen, and then click "System Preferences."
Next, click "Availability". you will find at the bottom of the System Settings panel.
Click on the category "View" in the left pane. To the right, select the "Reduce Motion" checkbox to enable the feature.
That's all there is to it, and you can close System Settings. You should now notice that the movement is greatly reduced when you use your Mac. Things like changing rooms and getting into Mission Control will immediately look different, with bleaching replacing slides and windows. The new transitions are easier on the eye and, depending on your settings, can even work faster.
Unfortunately, not all areas of macOS respect this setting. The Mac App Store in particular continues to function as it did, even though you should notice that video clips are no longer automatically played.