It's been six weeks since developers have seen an update to the OS X Mavericks, but this morning Apple unleashed the seventh update to them to tinker with. While the update doesn't contain any new features of note, it did include eight beautiful new wallpapers that you can enjoy for yourself.
The iPad's high resolution Retina Display is remarkable, but if you've recently upgraded, you might be dismayed that none of your old wallpapers look all that great on your new iPad. We've got you covered--check out these 21 amazing high resolution wallpapers for your new device, all perfectly sized at 2048 x 2048 pixels. There's bound to be one you like.
I’m currently on a wallpaper binge. I gathered dozens of Google images with a resolution of 1290x1080 or higher. Using the drag-and-drop method, I placed the images in a Wallpaper folder I created on my Desktop. When I go to System Preferences > Desktop & Screen Saver to select and view them, they’re out of focus and pixelated. Is there another way to select the images without losing resolution?
We all try to keep our desktops clean and organized, but sometimes it's just hard to cut down on the clutter. If you're the type that has 10 folders you need to access on a daily basis and loads to do, these organizational desktops might just come in handy. They feature plenty of grids, circles, shelves, and pin-boards to keep all your loose icons neatly categorized and in place. Now, we aren't suggesting that you have 50 wild icons on your desk, but for those of you that have more than two these wallpapers will give them a home.