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just bought a 120 gb, 2.16 ghz, 2 gb ram macbook. the login screen has the default blue wallpaper, and id like to change that. because when i log in the wallpaper changes to my different one, but id like the one i have on my login screen also. i cant seem to find this anywhere. also, id like to know which programs are probably going to be useless to me so i can get rid of them to have some extra disc space thanks
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anyone know how to change the login wallpaper on a new macbook? by this i mean when it first starts up and asks for your password there is a wallpaper on it which i think cant be changed. any help?
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as far as i know you cant change it.
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1. Follow this file path to find the image named "Aqua Blue.jpg":

/Library/Desktop Pictures/Aqua Blue.jpg

2. Rename that file to "Aqua Blue_1.jpg".

3. Take the picture you would like to use as your background and rename it "Aqua Blue.jpg"

4. Copy the newly renamed image "Aqua Blue.jpg" to the file path in step 1.

5. Log out and log in again.

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