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    Default Mac OS X on a windows computer

    Well what I have found is not an OS, it is a theme for windows that transform it to look like its running mac OS X.

    If you want to try it here what you need to do.


    1. Go to this site and download the app. It dose not cost.

    2. After downloading Tiger V. copy theTigerV folders and TigerV .theme files to XP's default theme directory, To get to the Theme folder; click My computer then, C: Local Disk, Then Windows, then find a folder that says Resources. The Theme folder is in there.


    3. After copying the files, right click on the desktop and click Properties. Under the themes tab you should find Tiger V click it.


    4. Now you will notice that you have a Mac like theme only one more thing.
    go to this site
    and download that app.


    5. After downloading launch the app.

    All done.


    I think it dose a good job mocking the Mac interface.
    What do you think

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    Haha, I had something like this on an old PC, I think it was called Fly a Kite OS X. But I've heard people successfully installing Leopard on PC's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kams View Post
    Haha, I had something like this on an old PC, I think it was called Fly a Kite OS X. But I've heard people successfully installing Leopard on PC's.
    Yeah, FlyAKite OSX is super kewl and complete, but sadly it hasn't been updated for like 1 year [maybe even more] so the look is kinda outdated. It still is the best one out there tho.

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    Emulation is kinda dying... osx86 is what more and more people are getting into, actually running the OS on the machine instead of making one look like another.

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    I think I might try to install the Mac OS on my pc.

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    It's not for the light hearted, it's quite a task. It's also borderlined against the rules to talk about installing and toying with it here, unfortunately.

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