How to install MacOS in any Windows PC. 100% original Hackintosh in any PC.



IMPORTANT NOTICES

• This is an old video that had around 25k views and was taken down by Apple as they didn’t want me telling others how to install macOS in any PC

• The video shows installation of MacOS High Sierra because it’s an old video and also High sierra is the most compatable version for any pc as most of it’s drivers function properly.

• In case anything goes wrong, I’m not responsible, do it at your own risk.

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Apple doesn’t want you to install macOS on a PC, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be done. Numerous tools will help you create an installer that will allow to install any version of macOS from Snow Leopard onwards on a non-Apple PC. Doing so will result in what’s fondly known as a Hackintosh.

Before we start, note that Apple’s licence for macOS expressly forbids it being installed on anything other than a Mac, so if you choose to do it, don’t say we didn’t warn you. (For information and advice about Apple’s rules for using macOS.

What you’ll need to run macOS on a PC
Before you start, there are a few things you’ll need. Firstly, you’ll need a compatible PC.

The general rule is you’ll need a machine with a 64bit Intel processor. You’ll also need a separate hard drive on which to install macOS, one which has never had Windows installed on it. If you want to run more than just the basic OS, you should have at least 50GB of free space on the drive.

In order to create the macOS installer, you’ll need a Mac on which to download it from the App Store. Any Mac capable of running Mojave, the latest version of macOS, will do. And if you’re not sure if your Mac is capable or not, check our guides to identifying your Mac or checking its specs.

Finally, you’ll need a tool to create the installer, and a USB stick to put it on. Make sure it’s 8GB or bigger. If you’re using a recent MacBook, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air, you’ll need a USB-C flash drive (which you can get from Amazon or PC World, among other retailers).

One of the most popular installer creation tools is Unibeast. It’s a free Mac app that creates an installer for macOS on a USB stick which is capable of being installed on an Intel PC. You’ll need to register on tonymacx86.com to download it, but once you’ve done that you’re ready to go.

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  1. IMPORTANT NOTICES

    • This is an old video that had around 25k views and was taken down by Apple as they didn't want me telling others how to install macOS in any PC

    • The video shows installation of MacOS High Sierra because it's an old video and also High sierra is the most compatable version for any pc as most of it's drivers function properly.

    • In case anything goes wrong, I'm not responsible, do it at your own risk.

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