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I use Mac at home, and I want to take mac default desktop wallpapers and put on my office PC, who can tell me where are located mac default desktop wallpaper images ?

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osx>library>Desktop Pictures


They are in there.

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Hello.
I use Mac at home, and I want to take mac default desktop wallpapers and put on my office PC, who can tell me where are located mac default desktop wallpaper images ?

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Levon.
Another way you could do it is to click on the blue apple up the top left and select System Preferences from the pull-down menu.

The top row (Personal) has an icon named Desktop & Screensaver, click it once....

Then you can see two tabs... select the Desktop tab and there is a column on the left where you can scroll down and there is a ''Choose Folder" option.

Now you can choose the folder you wish to use and also either select one image or have the wallpaper images rotate at intervals, etc.
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Now everyting is clear. Thank you!

Are there 3d wallpaper fans?
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