Bored of those static desktop backgrounds and want something more animated? MacLife shows off how to use any screen saver as your desktop background with a little trick in Terminal.
First off, you need to move to a hidden system folder. In Terminal, type:
Then, type this command to start the screen saver:
That’s it, your default screen saver should now run on your desktop. To stop it and return to normal, just close the open Terminal window.
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