Intuitive patching tool designed to make the process of configuring and troubleshooting your Hackintosh system a little bit easier
While there is no consensus on whether Macs are overpriced, there is no denying that Apple simply doesn’t offer devices for those who can’t afford to pay for a premium product.
But what if you love macOS and want to install it on a PC that isn’t a Mac? While it is certainly possible, though not entirely legal, it can be so difficult that many users give up when running into the first of many potential issues.
The problem is that macOS simply wasn’t designed to run on other hardware than what Apple installs in their devices. To get the OS to work with the hardware you have in your non-Apple desktop PC or laptop, assuming they are at all compatible, you will need to apply patches for various components.
Hackintool was designed to make this process easier, though it is still far from a walk in the park. Extensive knowledge about how patches are applied is still required, so you will need to get informed if you are not familiar with the details.
The main advantage of using this app is that you can handle everything from a modern, intuitive GUI. You’ll still have a lot of work on your hands getting your Hackintosh to work, but at least you won’t waste time unnecessarily.