Easily Change the Mac OS X Boot up Image

Aug 5, 2009 - Leave a Comment

mac os x boot image I’ve been bored with the standard Mac OS X boot up screen and it’s grey Apple logo, and a few times I have scoured around trying to change it manually to no avail. Today though, I stumbled into a post on The Unofficial Apple Weblog that makes changing the Mac OS X boot image a snap with a nice little program fittingly called BootXChanger. With this app you can change the image to basically anything you want as long as the background color is the same shade of grey. If you want the retro look, it’s easy to get that, or if you want to design your own little boot logo that’s fine too.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in Customize, Mac OS X, Retro, Utilities

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