With OS X Mountain Lion, Apple introduced a series of beautiful new screen savers which, with a little bit of digging, you could also use as wallpapers – by uncovering the hi-res images used by those screen savers. Well, it turns out you can do the same thing in OS X Mavericks.
Jump over the break to learn how to do it…
1. Open a Finder window, press Command+Shift+G and point it to /Library/Screen Savers/Default Collections/
2. It will take you to a new window, with 4 folders full of wallpapers: National Geographic, Aerial, Cosmos and Nature Patterns
3. Right click on the desktop, and choose ‘Change Desktop Background…”
4. Now you’ll pe presented with the ‘Desktop & Screen Saver’ window
5. Now all you have to do is drag-n-drop those 4 folders in the Finder window onto the Desktop & Screensaver window
6. That’s it. Enjoy your new 40+ hi-res wallpapers