Show All System Preferences from a Quick Menu in Mac OS
Rather than rearranging all of the System Preferences to be sorted alphabetically, you can access a quick pull-down menu of all the panels that is sorted by name.
Try it yourself, access System Preferences from the Apple menu, then click and hold on “Show All” to see the full list of preference panes available sorted by their name.
A large menu containing an alphabetically sorted list of preference panels will show up, and you can select any from here.
The same preference menu is also available from the “View” menu bar, so you can use whichever approach to finding system prefs is most convenient.
This trick is limited to somewhat new versions of Mac OS, from Mac OS X Lion and newer, including all the way up to MacOS Monterey.
Thanks for the tip and screenshot James