Get the MacOS High Sierra Wallpaper NOW

During the WWDC Keynote of MacOS High Sierra, the desktop had a beautiful picture of a place called North Lake, just west of Bishop, California which is also a popular picture scene for professional and amateur photographers.  Now you can get the above photo without having to wait for the release of High Sierra this Fall.

There are two locations where you can get the photo.

Here’s how:

  1. Click here to go to a web site where the photo is located.  
  2. Click on the photo to make it the size of the screen.
  3. Right-click (CTRL-Click) on the photo. A drop-down menu appears. 
  4. Click on “Save image as . . . .” and give it a name.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Now, create a NEW FOLDER (usually in Pictures).  Name it Desktop Photos.
  7. Drag and drop the wallpaper into that folder.
  8. Select  > System Preferences.
  9. Click Desktop and Screen Saver.
  10. Make sure that the Desktop tab is selected. 
  11. Click the plus (+) and select the newly created folder that you created in #6.
  12. Select the photo to display it on the Desktop.
  13. From the drop down menu (top middle) select Fill Screen.
  14. That’s it. 

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