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And although it is a fairly long process, following these steps we can have macOS running on Windows 10 in a few minutes. Requirements and preparation. Preparing the virtual machine with VMware. Start up macOS in Windows 10. This process can be performed on virtually any operating system, with any hardware and with any virtual machine hypervisor. But we are going to do it on Windows 10 (specifically the latest version of the operating system), and using VMware Workstation Pro, since we have been able to verify that it is the one that best (and easiest) makes macOS work. The first thing we need is to have VMware Workstation 15.5 (or 15.5.1) installed on our computer. Older versions may cause problems installing macOS. And in the newer ones we may not be able to apply the patch that we are going to see next. In addition, of course, it is necessary to have at least 8 GB of RAM (recommended 16 GB), a high-end processor with several cores and threads (with AMD Ryzen we have not managed to operate this virtual machine, only with Intel). And it is advisable to have an SSD so that the performance is excellent. In order to install and run the Apple operating system in a virtual machine, we must patch both VMware and VirtualBox. And the process is not exactly simple. Especially in VirtualBox. Therefore, we will use the entire VMware process. To do this, the first thing we will do is download an “unlocker”.