Thursday, 14 November 2013

Where to find 43 hidden wallpaper images in OS X Mavericks?


Now, make your desktop more attractive with striking images. OS X Mavericks has 43 hidden wallpaper images. All you need to do is find them.

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In System Preferences, you can find these wallpapers as well as it has different images available on its Screen Saver page. You can find four Default collections including National Geographic, aerial, cosmos, and nature patterns. There would be 43 images in four screensaver collections. You can use those as your desktop background by locating and dragging them one at a time into the Desktop page in System preferences.

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For dragging them, click Command-Shift-G from your desktop to open the Finder's “Go to Folder” window. After this, go to the following path:

Library/Screen Savers/Default Collections/

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By browsing through the folders, drag an image into the Desktop window of System Preferences. And, make it your wallpaper.
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