Dress your Mac with a Winter desktop, screensaver
When I got up this morning, my wife had thoroughly demolished Christmas — the tree, decorations, wreaths, holiday bunting. Nothing festive or seasonal had been spared. Not to be accused of total sloth, I set about making over our family’s three Macs with a more subdued Winter themed desktop and screensaver.
Thereupon, you fill both needs by visiting MacDesktops, which features a plentitude of Winter pictures. To install an image as a desktop, select and open the appropriate resolution.
Once it’s open in your browser, simply right click (Control + click) on the image and select “Use Image as Desktop Picture.”
A screensaver, too
To create a slideshow, you’ll need to add some to your iPhoto Library. I’d suggest at least 10 of the same, appropriate size (i.e. your Mac’s native resolution) — open the desired image in your browser, right click on it and “Add Image to iPhoto Library.”
You’ll need put these images in a folder inside iPhoto. Create a New Album (⌘ + N) and drag the images into that.
Next, you’ll need to select that folder as your source for the screensaver
System Preferences > Desktop & Screensaver > Screensaver
And, now, you’re ready to go…