- Taking Advantage of Custom Settings
- Moving the Dock Around
- Changing the Dock's Size
- Customizing the Dock's Behavior
- Changing the Way the Finder Works
- Changing Your Desktop Picture
- Changing Your Login Icon
- Changing Your Mac's Language
- Changing Your Screen Saver
- Changing File Icons
- Increasing Your Mac's Security
- Using the Dashboard
- Making Your Own Widgets
- Automatically Updating Your Widgets
- Creating Custom Network Locations
Changing Your Screen Saver
Originally invented to stop the kind of screen burn-in that you see on automatic teller machines, screen savers are actually little more than a pretty entertainment these days. But that shouldn’t prevent you from using them; screen savers provide some privacy, shielding your screen from casual observers, as well as being fun to look at.
Choose Apple menu, System Preferences.
Click the Desktop & Screen Saver icon to see your choices.
Click the Screen Saver button, and then click a screen saver in the list to select it. Click the Options button.
Use the settings in this dialog box to change settings specific to each screen saver. Click OK when finished.