How to Change Lock Screen on macOS Mojave

by Jaxson Harry Product Activation

In case you are the macOS Mojave user, then you can customize the High Definition wallpaper on the background. If you don’t wish to choose a picture from the album, then you can capture your own picture to place it as your system background. To do so, you have to go through the instructions mentioned below.

Steps for Changing the Desktop Wallpaper

You can see the desktop very clear once you had applied the large wallpaper in it. You should use the wallpaper which is of full High Definition resolution for the users of MacBook Air and four times the pixel resolution for the users of MacBook and also MacBook Pro. If you like to change the desktop wallpaper, then you can do so by following the steps listed below:

•    You have to right-click on the macOS Mojave screen.

•    Choose the “Change Desktop Background” option by going to the pop-up menu.

•    Go to the background wallpaper, or you have to choose any of the wallpaper provided on the album folders.

•    Now, you have to tap on the “Apple” symbol menu.

•    Then, choose the “Lock Screen” option for verifying that the wallpaper you had selected which be show in the lock screen.

•    Additionally, you have to click on the “Ctrl+Cmd+Q” keys for locking the macOS Mojave display.

Steps for Changing the User Account’s Picture in macOS Mojave

Apple offers its users about forty-three different pictures to select as their account picture which will be shown in the lock screen of macOS Mojave. You can apply a custom picture to place it as the user profile picture. Follow the steps given below to change the user account’s picture in macOS Mojave:

•    Firstly. You should add the picture which you wish to apply as the user profile picture by going to the “Photos” application.

•    You have to send the picture to the “Photos” application.

•    Then, tap on the “Apple” symbol menu.

•    Select the ”System Preferences” option.

•    Go to the “User and Groups” window.

•    Tap on the recent User profile picture.

•    It will start by showing the “Photo” drop-down menu.

•    Choose the picture. You have to move to the left-hand side of the control panel which includes “Thumbnails” until you will get the new pictures which you had placed at the end.

•    Choose any one picture from that menu.

•    After that, tap on the “Next” button.

•    If you don’t wish to add a picture from the album, then you can capture a picture from the camera now and place it as the profile photo.

•    You can use the zoom in and out slider to enlarge the picture properly.

•    After that, tap on the “Save” button.

•    You have to click on the “Ctrl+Cmd+Q” keys to see the lock screen background, and you can go through the profile picture you had applied.

How to Add Custom Message on the Lock Screen?

You can carry the MacBook anywhere because it is a lightweight device and handy to use and you can easily forget the Macbook wherever you visit. In case you want to track your lost Macbook, then you can add a message on the macOS Mojave lock screen which will help the person to return your MacBook through the instructions mentioned on the lock screen. Follow the steps listed below to add a custom message on the lock screen:

•    Open the “System Preferences” through the “Apple” icon menu.

•    Tap on the “Security and Privacy” button.

•    Tap on the “Lock” symbol located at the end right-hand side of the desktop.

•    Click on the other option “Show a message when the screen is locked.”

•    Tap on the “Set Lock Message” option.

•    Press on the “OK” option.

Jaxson Harry is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cyber security. He writes about the latest updates regarding and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites. 


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