Apple’s Leopard Hacked To Run On A PC

Posted: October 31, 2007 in Tech

The Apple Leopard OS X operating system may be out for just a few days, but hackers have already figured out how install the new OS and run it on a PC.

Full instructions are being offered by the OSx86 Scene forum that will allow users to install Apple’s latest operating system, Leopard, on a PC. The process involves no new hardware, but some features such as Wi-Fi support will not work.

Although it’s possible to run Mac OS X on a PC, Apple does not allow publishers of virtualization software to develop a PC-friendly method of running their OS on Windows machines.

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