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How To Access 43 Gorgeous Secret Wallpapers In OS X Mountain Lion

How To Access 43 Gorgeous Secret Wallpapers In OS X Mountain Lion

Apple is well known for bundling great wallpapers with OS X, and Mountain Lion comes with 35 fantastic wallpapers built in – but did you know that Apple packed in over 40 more secret wallpapers that are just as awesome?

 

As it turns out, there are 43 additional great high-res wallpapers (technically, they’re high-res preview stills of screensavers) hidden deep inside Mountain Lion, including several stunning shots from the Hubble telescope! Even better, unlocking these hidden wallpapers is easy! OS X Daily explains how it’s done:

From the OS X Finder, hit Command+Shift+G to summon Go To Folder and enter the following path exactly:

/System/Library/Frameworks/ScreenSaver.Framework
/Versions/A/Resources/Default Collections/

Copy the four well-labeled directories “1-National Geographic”, “2-Aerial”, “3-Cosmos”, “4-Nature Patterns” to the Desktop or elsewhere for easy access to the high res images

Set them as your wallpaper and enjoy

Enjoy your hidden wallpapers! Let us know which is your favorite!

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