People love personalising their devices, and when it comes to PCs or Laptops, the first thing that people want to change is their wallpaper. The choice of wallpapers depend on the individual user, and while some people change the wallpaper depending on their mood, there are some who set a theme for their wallpaper, while the rare few let the wallpaper remain unchanged.
Apple has been open to this demand from their customers, and they have made it a point to provide some truly high definition wallpapers with every major macOS launch. If you have a Mac device, you can either choose from these pre install wallpapers, or choose the image of your choice and set that as your wallpaper.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to change the background on the Mac.
Step 1. Open the ‘System Preferences‘ app on the Mac/MacBook.
Step 2. Now, click on the ‘Desktop and Screen Saver‘ option from the system preferences menu.
Step 3. You can now choose for the pre installed wallpapers, or browse through your Photos album, and choose an image from there.
The moment you click on the image, you will see that image applied as your wallpaper. This will help you decide whether or not the image looks good as the wallpaper or not. It is advisable to use HD images as wallpapers as they give a great aesthetic to the Mac or MacBook.
Now, if you see an image on the desktop or some custom folder, you can even right click on the image and click on the ‘Set Desktop Picture’ option and the image will be applied as the wallpaper on your Mac device.
The latest OS version released by Apple is named ‘Big Sur’, and the wallpaper collection features some truly beautiful shots takes of the Big Sur mountains, and they make for some truly beautiful wallpapers.