One of the simplest ways to customize your Mac and make it more personal is by changing the wallpaper. The process is straightforward, and in this blog post, we will guide you through the steps to change your wallpaper on Mac.
Step 1: Open System Preferences
Firstly, click on the Apple menu at the top left corner of your screen, then select System Preferences.
Step 2: Open Desktop & Screen Saver
In the System Preferences window, click on Desktop & Screen Saver.
Step 3: Choose Your Wallpaper
In the Desktop & Screen Saver window, you will see a list of folders on the left side. These are default folders provided by Apple such as Desktop Pictures, Solid Colors, and Pictures Folder. You can click on any of these folders to see the available pictures. Once you click on a picture, it immediately becomes your desktop wallpaper.
Step 4: Add Your Own Picture
If you wish to use a photo of your own as a wallpaper, you can add it to the list. Click the + button below the folders list, navigate to the picture you want to use, and click Select.
Step 5: Set the Picture As Your Wallpaper
After selecting your picture, it will appear in the folder list. Click on it, and it will instantly be set as your desktop wallpaper.
Step 6: Adjust Your Wallpaper Settings
Under the picture preview on the right side, you can adjust the settings of your wallpaper. You can choose to fill the screen, fit to screen, stretch to fill screen, center, or tile the image. You can also choose whether to change the picture every so often.
Changing your Mac’s wallpaper is as simple as that. It’s an easy way to refresh the feel of your workspace and make it truly yours.