English | Aug 3, 2015 | ASIN: B013FAP15A | 325 Pages | AZW3/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 29.56 MB
While Apple produces stylish computers containing the robust and stable OS X, the hardware is not so much affordable for the average consumer.
Thankfully it is now possible to run OS X on non-Apple hardware due in part to hobbyists and Apple's architecture changes.
supplies you with the necessary information along with plentiful tips to help get OS X running on your home-built or pre-built computer. It is also written in easier terms so that non-technical computer users or Apple users foreign to Windows hardware can better familiarize themselves with the details of computer hardware and the details of building a Hackintosh. This book starts with covering the numerous hardware options, shopping on a budget, calculating power supply needs, style vs. practicality, and more. Computer hardware assembly and various installation methods are explained followed by troubleshooting techniques and examples. The last sections focus on stabilizing OS X and everything else , including installing a second hard drive for emergency purposes, syncing your smartphone (iOS and Android), and using OS X in general.
If you want the power, security, and capabilities of OS X without overspending on an Apple computer; the purchase of this eBook will help get you the most for your money.
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