How to Get MacOS Sierra Wallpapers on OS X

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Apple announced major renovations and upgrades to its latest version of OS X, now called macOS. Macos Sierra helps you rediscover your best photos, shop more securely online and work more seamlessly between devices. Siri on Mac is all about multitasking. So you can be working on one thing, like finishing up a document, and ask Siri to send a message to your coworker saying it’s on the way, without stopping what you are doing.

Features of macOS Sierra

  1. Siri control of system settings
  2. Photos take a new approach to faces
  3. Rich URL previews in Messages
  4. Sharing in Notes

Download MacOS Sierra Wallpapers

The default wallpaper for MacOS Sierra features a majestic, sun-splashed view of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. To set images as your wallpaper, open it in your browser, right-click on it and selectSave Image As. Next, right-click on the thumbnail of the downloaded image and choose Services > Set Desktop Picture.

Over on the Mac, macOS 10.12 Sierra continues the trend that Yosemite started and El Capitan matched by defaulting to a sun-drenched mountain scene. The Sierra Madre Mountains are a mountain range primarily in northern Santa Barbara County and extending into northwestern Ventura County in Southern California, western United States.This high-resolution version is big enough that it will even work on the newer 5K iMacs.


Steps to change to New MacOS Sierra Wallpaper :

To change the wallpaper on your Mac, start by moving the downloaded wallpaper image into the “Pictures” folder



Next, open up System Preferences, which is likely already in your Dock, but if not, it can be found in the “Applications” folder.


From there, click on “Desktop & Screensaver”.


In the sidebar on the left-hand size, click on “Folders”.


The new wallpaper will appear in the window to the right. Go ahead and click on it. When you do this, your wallpaper will automatically change.


you may want to adjust how the wallpaper is laid out by clicking on the drop-down menu above the wallpaper thumbnail and messing with the various layouts until the wallpaper looks good on your screen.

After that, you can exit out of System Preferences and enjoy your new wallpaper.

Let us know if you have any questions about macos sierra on the comments section below.


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