How to Delete My Living Desktop From My Mac

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My Living Desktop is a program for Mac which is effectively both a screen saver and desktop wallpaper. The desktop wallpaper is a fully-animated video clip, and when the program enters screen saver mode, it causes the desktop icons and windows to automatically fade away to devote more screen real estate to the animated video. After trying My Living Desktop, you may decide that you do not enjoy the video clips, or that the program is too draining on your Mac's battery. Delete My Living Desktop if you decide that you would like to return to using a conventional desktop wallpaper.

Removing My Living Desktop (Automatic Method)

  • Click the "My Living Desktop icon" in the upper right corner of the screen. The icon is shaped like a sunset.

  • Click "Preferences."

  • Click the "About" tab in the window that appears.

  • Click "Remove My Living Desktop."

Removing My Living Desktop (Manual Method)

  • Click the "Apple" icon, then click "System Preferences." Alternatively, click the "System Preferences" icon on the dock.

  • Click "Desktop & Screen Saver."

  • Click the "Screen Saver" tab. Switch the screen saver to any screen saver other than My Living Desktop, then close the window.

  • Double click the "Hard Drive" icon on the desktop.

  • Double click the "Library" folder, then double click "Screen Savers."

  • Locate "My Living Desktop.saver" and drag it to the trash. Click the "Back" button to return to the "Library" folder.

  • Browse to the "Application Support" folder.

  • Locate the "My Living Desktop" folder and drag it to the trash.

  • Click the "Back" button twice to return to the root directory of your hard drive.

  • Browse to the "Applications" folder.

  • Locate "My Living Desktop" and drag it to the trash.

  • Restart your Mac. After Mac OS X has loaded completely, empty the trash to remove My Living Desktop from your Mac.

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