Photos app on Mac OS X is equally capable as the one on iPhone. The app manages all your memories with ease, letting you access them across other third-party apps as well. Everyone has some occasion or a group of occasions close to their heart. These memories are captured in the form of photo albums.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you can set these pictures as your desktop wallpaper on your Mac? In addition, the image changes at a predefined interval, reviving all the memories. That’s exactly what we will guide here in this article. Just check the process of doing it.
How to Use Photo Albums as Desktop Wallpapers on Mac
Step #1. Open the System Preferences by clicking on Apple Menu.
Step #2. Now click on “Desktop & Screen Saver” preference section.
Step #3. Under that, click on the “Desktop” tab.
Step #4. On the left-hand panel, click on the small triangle beside Photos section. This will unhide the additional options.
Step #5. You can now select Moment, Collection, Year, Place, or Shared iCloud album.
Step #6. After you are done with selecting the album, click on the drop-down menu and select how you want your picture to be displayed on the screen. You can use Fill Screen, Fit to Screen, Stretch to Fill Screen, Center or Tile option.
Step #7. Now if you want to change wallpaper at a predefined time interval, then tick the box that says “Change Picture.” Right beside that, select the time interval from few seconds to minutes. You can also tell your Mac to change the wallpaper every time you log in or every time you wake up your Mac from sleep.