How to Customize Your Mac 7+ Cool Ways to Do It Quickly

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Ever since the demand for Apple devices, including MacBook, has been skyrocketing, Apple has been prioritizing making its user interface as minimalist as possible. As a result, there are many settings on offer by macOS, allowing the users to customize their Mac according to their interests. As a result, transforming the look and feel of Mac has become easier than ever before. In this article, we will discuss some of the coolest ways to customize Mac and how to do the same in the quickest possible manner. Even though there are many third-party applications to help customize your Mac, Apple has provided by default several options for the user to customize your Mac. 

How to Customise Your Mac 7

How to Customize Your Mac 7

1. Automatically replace wallpapers hourly or daily.

If you are looking forward to changing the wallpaper, the user will have to go to System Preferences and click the ‘Desktop & Screen Saver’ option. Once you have chosen the wallpaper of your choice, you can set the frequency at which you want the wallpapers to be automatically changed. Select the tick box placed next to the ‘Change Picture’ box, and you can choose the interval by selecting the timing frequencies as mentioned within the drop-down menu. If you want the images to be randomly displayed as wallpaper, you will have to click the checkbox next to the ‘Random order’ box. If you’re going to know about changing folder colour or icon on Mac specifically, click

2. Activate Screensavers using Hot Corners

Apple provides users with various options to customize their screensavers. The screensaver tab is located within the Desktop & Screensaver preferences pane. Users will then have to choose the option denoted as ‘Hot Corners.’ It is a unique feature within the macOS operating system that allows users to use four corners of the screen to facilitate certain actions, such as launching a screen saver. Users can launch a screensaver by opening Launchpad or Notification Centre. Users will have to navigate the mouse to a defined corner for activating the feature. 

3. Tweaking the colour scheme of macOS

By default, the macOS system’s colour scheme is blue. You can, however, change the colour scheme by navigating to System Preferences > General and choose the colour you are interested in by selecting from the drop-down list within the Highlight Colour option. If you are not satisfied with the given option of colours, then you can choose the ‘Other’ option to select any colour from the colour picker. Users can also set the Graphite colour option listed under the Appearance option if comfortable with a very minimal and dull look. 

4. Hiding the Dock and Changing the Position of the Dock

Unless and until the magnification isn’t enabled, the dock does not jump out. If you want to allow the embellishment, then go to Apple Symbol and choose the Dock option. Once selected, select the option ‘Turn Magnification On.’ You can also maximize the screen space by hiding the dock. Similarly, users can also change the dock’s location by relocating it to the left or right side of the screen. 

5. Displaying the Battery Percentage

If the menu that displays the battery status is represented as an icon, you never know how much charge percentage is remaining. However, when the device is plugged in, you can click the option denoted as ‘Show Percentage,’ and the reading charge will be displayed. 

6. Control what Spotlight Searches

You may have few private files which you do not want being popped up when Spotlight searches. To exclude such files, you will have to navigate System Preferences and choose the option denoted as Spotlight. Next, navigate to the Privacy tab being listed under Spotlight. Finally, you can select the files or folders you do not want to display by clicking the ‘+’ button.


7. Avoid displaying mounted disks on the Desktop.

Some users do not want a CD or external drive to be displayed on the Desktop. If you want to disable it, navigate to Finder’s Preferences and uncheck the options, you do not want to say from ‘Show these items on the desktop’ located within the ‘General’ tab. 


Apart from those mentioned above including the seven cool ways of customizing your Mac, there are various other cool techniques for Mac customization. The list includes ways to bring back the status bar, setting the regional variations in macOS, changing the app icons in Mac and even changing the default dictionary in your Mac, to name among a few.    


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