Mac-Spike-Featured.jpg While a lot of things “just work” on macOS, Apple unsurprisingly limits what users can and cannot customize across macOS. They call it System Integrity Protection, or SIP for short. This system ultimately blocks most (deep) customization methods, but that does not mean there is no hope. Let’s take a look at how you can customize your Mac computer even without Apple’s permission. Add Your Own Wallpaper It is not the most exciting customization method, but swapping out the default wallpaper with your own is a good starting point. Apple includes a number of wallpapers, including the dynamic… Read more13554169.gif

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