How to Install macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 on PC without Mac using VMware Workstation 15.0.4/14

In this article, we will examine how to setup macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 on Windows 10 PC without a Mac using VMware Workstation 15 Pro step by step.

How to Install macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 on PC without Mac using VMware Workstation 15.0.4/14

How to Install macOS High Sierra 10.13.6 on PC with VMware Workstation 15/14

Apple recently released the High Sierra 10.13.6 update.

You can use the VMware virtualization program to install it without a Mac computer. You can also use VirtualBox instead of VMware, but Apple VM is performing better on VMware Workstation.

In our previous installs, we installed the older versions of Apple operating system. You can access the articles of High Sierra setup on VMware, VirtualBox, and vSphere ESXi from the links below.

To install an Apple macOS operating system on VM software, you first need to use the VM Unlocker program. Because there is no MacOS option when creating a new virtual machine on VM Workstation. So with VMware Unlocker you can unlock this and setup it.

The latest version of Apple Mac operating system is 10.13.6. You can update your system to this version on your Mac using your Apple Store or ISO file.

How to Run Apple Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.6 without Mac

If you do not have a Apple computer, you can run it on a Windows PC or Laptop with VMware virtualization software.

To setup Apple Mac OS system 10.13.6 on VMware, follow the following steps in order.

   Step 1 | How to Create a New Virtual Machine

First, install a clean VMware Workstation and then download VMware Unlocker to your computer from here. Open the VM Workstation program and browse to the related article by clicking on the image below to create a new virtual machine.

Creating a New Virtual Machine in VMware Workstation

   Step 2 | How to Install High Sierra 10.13.6 Step by Step

After you have prepared the virtual machine on VM software, run the virtual machine and click on the image below to view the related article to setup this version step by step.

The installation of Apple MacOS 13.6 is the same as the 13.4 version!

Installing macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 in VMware Workstation

   Step 3 | How to Install VMware Tools

After setting up the 10.13.6 version on VM software, you need to setup VM Tools. With VMware Tools, you can use the virtual machine more efficiently and also allow you to copy files between the virtual machine and your physical computer.

To build VM Tools, please click on the image below to see the related article.

Installing VMware Tools in macOS

   Final Word

In this article, we have reviewed step by step how to install macOS High Sierra on VMware Workstation 14/2018. If you experience problems with VM Tools after installing Apple OS, you can install VM Tools with darwin.iso. Thanks for following us!

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  1. Avatar for Gabriel Gabriel 23 July 2018

    Hi, the link is still not uploaded to previous post. Could you please update it, so we can download the iso and follow this tutorial? Thanks

    • Avatar for tolqabaqci tolqabaqci 23 July 2018

      I’m so sorry, Gabriel.

      The connection was lost while loading the ISO file. At this time, the file is being uploaded.

      I’ve had this issue because it disconnected from Google Drive.

      • Avatar for Gabriel Gabriel 24 July 2018

        I am still waiting, but the link is not there yet. Please update it. Thank you. I hope it will be bootable .iso, like the 10.13.5 from previous post.

  2. Avatar for Perry Perry 8 August 2018

    Works perfect.
    Only problem I have if I use it in a window it’s fine,
    but soon as I make the window too big, or full screen, then the resolution
    becomes real big, and I can’t resize it, unless I resize the VM a little bit smaller.

    Any suggestions?

  3. Avatar for Perry Perry 8 August 2018

    I cannot get my Ipad to show in the VM.
    It says that it is connected to the Mac OS when I look at the bottom of VMware,
    but Xcode or anything else will not find the Ipad..
    (I had this is Virtual Box too)
    Is this something with the image?
    USB is enabled in the VM. tried 2.0 and 3.0 but nothing


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