How to run Mac OS X on a PC with Windows 10, 8, 7 and XP -


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Monday, 29 May 2017

How to run Mac OS X on a PC with Windows 10, 8, 7 and XP

MacOS advanced and at the same time robust with the operating system that many of the preferred PC users instead of Windows 10. Unfortunately, installing the Apple platform on the third-party computer is not so simple. The simplest and simplest way - to download the virtual machine.

The requirements to install macOS on Windows pc

For the installation of Mac OS X (10.5 and above) on Windows pc you need the virtual machine. You can use VMWare to start The macOS operating system in a Windows environment. As for the hardware requirements, they are the following:

  • 8 gb of ram.
  • Processor Intel Core i3, i5 or i7.
  • 128 GB on the hard drive.

The characteristics described above are mandatory. On the weakest macOS hardware equipment starts, but will be slower and download time will increase.

The necessary applications for the installation of Mac and Windows-pc or laptop

In addition to the previously mentioned VMWare Workstation, you will also need an instrument called Unlocker. It allows to install the operating system of Apple in the virtual machine. Download the program in this link.

You should also download the macOS image here. The password is "xnohat".

How to Install Mac OS X on Windows

Step 1. Install the latest version of VMWare Workstation.

Step 2. Unzip Unlocker 2.0.8 and run the file "win-install.cmd" as administrator.

Step 3. After start is necessary, wait for the patch to be established and unlock the possibility of installing macOS on VMWare. Open VMWare and create a new virtual machine (automatic method). In the window that appears, select "Apple Mac OS X". In the Version list specify Mac OS X 10.7 or any later version.

Step 4. After clicking the "Next" button a virtual machine has been created. For macOS it worked correctly, you must configure the hardware. To do this, select "Edit Virtual Machine Settings".

Step 5. Click the "Add" button and then double-click "Next" and select "Use an Existing Virtual Disk" again and click "Next". Now select previously downloaded the image of the operating system and click "Finish".

Step 6. After completing all the settings, click on the blue start button and follow the on-screen instructions to install OS X.

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