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  1. UniBeast: Install macOS Sierra on Any Supported Intel-based PC

    The following guide is a complete walkthrough for updating to or installing a fresh version of macOS Sierra. It requires no experience and all of the basic installation and post-installation tools are available on tonymacx86.com.

  1. MultiBeast 9.0 Update

    MultiBeast, the ultimate post-installation utility, has been updated to version 9.0 for macOS Sierra. MultiBeast is an all-in-one post-installation utility designed to enable boot from a hard drive. It also features a collection of drivers and customization options.

  2. UniBeast 7.0 Update

    UniBeast has been updated to version 7.0 for macOS Sierra. This tool creates a bootable USB drive from your Mac App Store purchased copy of macOS. The resulting USB drive allows for a clean install, upgrade or use as a rescue boot drive.

  3. Direct Update to macOS Sierra using Clover

    Established Clover users on OS X El Capitan who wish to update directly to macOS Sierra can do so just like a regular Mac would. This fully native method requires no USB creation or preparation.

  4. macOS Sierra is Now Available on the Mac App Store

    macOS 10.12 Sierra is now available from the Mac App Store. Anyone who has purchased Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, OS X 10.7 Lion, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, or has OS X 10.9 Mavericks, OS X 10.10 Yosemite, or OS X 10.11 El Capitan installed will be able to upgrade for no cost.

  5. Building a CustoMac: Buyer's Guide September 2016

    When running OS X as your main operating system, supported and compatible components are extremely important. That is why we have created a large selection of example systems along with a comprehensive list of the best available hardware.

  6. Building a CustoMac: Buyer's Guide August 2016

    When running OS X as your main operating system, supported and compatible components are extremely important. That is why we have created a large selection of example systems along with a comprehensive list of the best available hardware.

  7. OS X 10.11.6 Update

    Today Apple released 10.11.6, the sixth (and final?) major update to OS X El Capitan. Update any supported system using the built-in Software Update functionality through the Mac App Store, or by using the standalone installer available from Apple.com.

  8. Building a CustoMac: Buyer's Guide July 2016

    When running OS X as your main operating system, supported and compatible components are extremely important. That is why we have created a large selection of example systems along with a comprehensive list of the best available hardware.

  9. macOS Sierra Public Beta is Now Available

    The macOS Sierra 10.12 Public Beta is now available. Apple wants as many users as possible to test macOS Sierra to provide constructive feedback before the official release later this fall. To participate in the free Public Beta, you must enroll in the Apple Beta Software Program using your Apple ID.