Get Access To 43 Gorgeous Wallpapers Hidden In OS X Mavericks

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With the release of OS X Mavericks, Apple has hidden away a bunch of gorgeous, high resolution wallpapers in a secret location, which are actually intended to be used for default OS X screen savers. Luckily, Lifehacker has shown us how to access these 43 beautiful wallpapers for use as background images on your Mac desktop. Here’s what you need to do:

Step 1:

Press Command+Shift+G from your desktop to bring up the “Go to Folder” menu.

Step 2:

Now type in: /Library/Screen Savers/Default Collections/

Step 3:

This will open the folder where the high resolution Mavericks screen saver wallpapers are located. Simply copy them all and save elsewhere to use them as desktop wallpapers.

Enjoy!

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  • Doug

    Doesn’t work. Says the folder can’t be found.

  • bryandobson

    Put a slash before Library and it will work.

  • einsteinbqat

    Old. This at least existed back to Lion.

    Also, I believe that retina displays for coming to the Mac desktop. Mavericks includes wallpapers double the size of my 27-in iMac: 5120×2880!!!

  • Oops, missed the slash initially (my bad)…added now 🙂

  • Todd Reuber

    these are not new to Mavericks. I have had these since Mountain Lion

  • einsteinbqat

    Don’t really get why I got a vote down, but, hey, can’t please everyone! 😀

  • Marcus2012

    They’re not “Hidden” they’re used in the National Geographic screensaver…