Virtual Desktop Backgrounds in OS X Lion Customization

Tuesday, July 26th 2011. | Software News

Apple’s OS X Lion will allow you to customize backgrounds for each desktop that’s open in Mission Control. This helps you to recognize specific desktops at-a-glance. These The Steps :

  • Log into your Mac and open System Preferences.
  • Click Desktop & Screen Saver and then select the Lion under Desktop Pictures.
  • On your track pad swipe three fingers up to open Mission Control.
  • Open a second desktop by clicking the plus pop-up that appears on the upper right side of the Mission Control screen. This will add another virtual desktop.
  • Click Desktop 2 to open it.
  • Open System Preferences again and click Desktop & Screen Saver. Now select the Elephant under Desktop Pictures.
  • On your Track pad swipe three fingers up to open Mission Control.
  • Each virtual desktop now has its own unique background. Great!

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