Now what do wallpapers have to do with screen savers?
Well, I like to use the wallpaper images in MacOS’ default screen savers. I simply use the folders that I have the wallpapers in as the source for the screen savers. So I see amazing photos of animals, landscapes and even images of outer space move across my 5K iMac’s screen.
Here’s one of the neat animal images that appear in my screen savers:
Once you’ve downloaded your images, just open the Settings app then click on Desktop & Screen Saver. From there you can choose your screen saver option and the folder to use as the source for your images.
Apple offers a number of different options to have images displayed in screen savers:
I know that not everybody wants screen savers that use images like I do, but I really enjoy seeing photos of animals, landscapes and outer space appear in my screen savers. I never know which ones will show up so it’s always a treat to see them appear on my screen.
MacOS has plenty of screen savers
As you can tell from the links in the comments from Reddit, and my own commentary, there are plenty of screen savers available for Macs. You just know where to look to find them.
And if the links I’ve included here don’t have screen savers of interest for you, be sure to open the Mac App Store and do a quick search for screen savers. There are plenty of them available to download right in the Mac App Store.
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