Guide To Access The 43 Hidden Wallpapers In OS X Mavericks

It isn’t a surprise when Apple OS for different platforms are loaded with undiscovered features. Now it turns out that OS X Mavericks is no different. There are a staggering 43 different backgrounds inside it, so there are a lot of options for those who have updated to the new Mac OS.

It’s easy to find them if you know where to look. For your ease, we’ve added the steps that will help you discover them, without you having to tap deep inside the iOS system.

Steps to discover and use the OS X Mavericks Wallpapers
1. On your Mac keyboard, press the buttons Shift + Command + G and keep holding them.
2. Now head over to the ‘Go to Folder’ menu, and enter the following: /Library/Screen Savers/Default Collections/

3. Now there will be a new folder visible that will be loaded with wallpapers. You can select only a few of them, or all of them, copy them to a desired location, and afterwards, set a new background for the Mac desktop.
While the wallpapers are different than the native offerings of OS X Mavericks, they are going to please users considering they come from the hidden part of the software.

Were you able to access these wallpapers? Feel free to leave comments.

[Images via Redmondpie]

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