Friday, October 25, 2013

How to acces hidden wallpapers of OS X Mavericks

The new versions of operating systems (OS) always come with many secrets one would not know ordinarily. However, these just cannot escape the scrutinizing eye of the analysts who break codes or barriers to bring to forth the true power of an OS.

The same goes for the OS X Mavericks - ordinarily you would not know that there are hidden wallpapers somewhere that needed to be unearthed provided you know how.

Well geeks at Redmond Pie have brought out these and listed out the following procedure for you to unfurl the hidden wallpapers of OS X Mavericks:

Step 1: On your desktop, press and hold Command+Shift+G.

Step 2: In the “Go to Folder” menu, type in the following: /Library/Screen Savers/Default Collections/

Step 3: You’ll now find yourself in a new folder filled with wallpapers. Copy them to a safe place, and from there, set yourself a new desktop background.

And that's it.... simple wasn't it?

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