With Apple’s move to Intel chips for its Macs, the last significant difference in the hardware architecture between Macs and PCs disappeared. This meant that Apple’s much vaunted OS X operating system is designed to work on PC hardware.
Leopard, Apple’s latest version of OS X was released on Friday 26th last and in just over 24 hours, a hack to allow Leopard to be installed on PCs has been published.
The installation is not trivial but the instructions are very easy to follow and it certainly looks do-able.
No doubt Apple will quickly release an update (10.5.1) which will address this but in the meantime, all you non-Mac users, enjoy a secure, reliable, easy to use OS on your choice of Intel-based hardware.
3 thoughts on “OS X Leopard hacked to run on PCs”
Nothing would be more disastrous for Microsoft than for OS-X being released to all PC’s, and nothing could be more disastrous for Apple than to release OS-X for all PC’s.
I think it may be a little irresponsible to describe a hacked version of an operating system as “reliable”.
But that’s just me.
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