How to Change The Folder Color On Mac Mojave: High Sierra, Yosemite, Mavericks

Truly, Mac is an intelligent and fastest OS than other. We have Secure and Customized Mac OS for the All Mac user. If you have got a problem to organize same color folder file on your Mac? Then create its different look by following these articles. Put your important file in a single folder, after that you should require to change folder color in Mac and to make it handy so, you can easily handle it. Even, your focus will become at a glance on that specific folder. If you want to special categorized folder color, then you can keep an emergency or more useful file folder in red color, less important are color in green and keep other are in blue color.

Here are the two ways to vary your Mac folder color. So, let’s beneath and look step of to change the folder color in MacOS High Sierra, Mac OS EI Capitan, Mac X Mavericks, Yosemite and Same for MacOS Sierra. Related useful Mac Software for USA and, for the UK.

How to modify the folder color in Mac
How to modify the folder color in Mac

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Steps on How to Change the Folder color in Mac OS X Mojave High Sierra: Yosemite, Mavericks, EI Capitan

For EI Capitan or OS X Yosemite – Update/ Set folder color, saturation using Color picker tools

  1. Right Click on Folder which you want to change folder color in Yosemite OS, and then click on “Get Info
  2. Then you can appear folder info in a popup
  3. Click on folder’s icon (not preview) inside of folder info pop up then go Edit Menu >> select Copy.
  4. Text “Preview” in Spotlight Search after that, you can see a folder window for preview
  5. Now, Click on File Menu >> select New from Clipboard
  6. Tools >> select Adjust Color … >> you can see color picker, choose the color from color picker that you want.
  7. Close color picker tools and Go, Edit menu and choose to Select all option
  8. After that again in Edit >> choose Copy option and minimize preview window
  9. Again move on folder info popup, and click on folder’s icon (not preview) inside of folder info pop up then go Edit Menu >> select Paste.

That’s it, You can also refer below video tutorial on how to change folder color for Yosemite OS X (Version 10.10)

The 1st way for Mavericks

  • First, choose the folder, which you want to change its color.
  • Click, on ‘’File’’ from the Topside of the Menu. You can see it the right side of the finder menu.
  • Now, in File menu drop down and select ‘’Label’’ option at the bottom of the list. There you can get three different colors likewise, Red, Green, and Blue. Select one of them after that, you can look at the different color of select Folder.
    change the folder color in Mac by File menu option
    change the folder color in Mac by File menu option

The 2nd way for Mavericks

  • Right click on the select folder and one menu will pop up your screen. From them select ‘’label’’ menu option and choose one color from given all. Using this way you can do fast.
    How to change the folder color in Mac
    How to change the folder color in Mac

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  1. simón cherpitel

    easy to change folder colors after one is colored = “get info” (command + i) on colored folder & copy icon at top left (command + c), then “get info” (command + i) on folder to be colored & paste onto icon at top left (command + v) = color transfers :)

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