Apple apparently thinks that you’d prefer not to see the icons for your Mac’s built-in hard drive or those of any external drives on the desktop of macOS Sierra (or most of its predecessors). However, I want those icons on my desktop. Here’s how two make ‘em visible:

                <img class="thumb-image" src="https://static1.squarespace.com/static/54c95d06e4b04d8d26f97dde/t/57ebbc8abe6594387db8c8e9/1475067024773/?format=1000w"/><ul><li>Click on the desktop.</li><li>Select Preferences under the Finder menu at the top left hand side of the screen.</li><li>There you&rsquo;ll see a list of items on your desktop. Check the ones (hard disks, external disks; CDs, DVS, and iPods; connected services) you want to be visible.</li></ul>Voila. Icons for those items now appear on your Mac&rsquo;s screen.

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