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How to Run Mac Programs on a Windows PC

Apple offers a variety of apps that can be quite alluring to Windows PC users, and you don’t have to buy a brand new machine to try them. Using a program called VirtualBox, you can run Apple’s OS X on your Intel-based PC. This will be a complete version of OS X, allowing you to run Apple-specific software like Mac apps and programs.

Initial Installations and Downloads


Download and install VirtualBox and the VirtualBox Extension Pack (link available in Resources).


Download the Hackboot 1 and Hackboot 2 ISO files (link available in Resources). These ISOs will be used to start the OS X installer and the operating system itself, respectively.


Open VirtualBox and click “New.”


Name the new virtual machine and set the Operating System box to Mac OS X and the Version box to “Mac OS X Server (64 bit).”


Use the slider to allocate RAM to your virtual machine; at least 4GB of RAM is a recommended.


Click “Next” and select “Create New Disk.” The program will return to its main menu.


Right-click the named OS X virtual machine and click “Settings.”


Uncheck the box next to "Enable EFI" in the System tab. EFI is an alternative to BIOS but Windows machines are unable to use EFI to boot in VirtualBox as of August 2013.


Navigate to the Storage tab and click on the CD icon called Empty. Select “Choose a virtual CD/DVD disk file” and select the Hackboot 1 ISO. This sets your virtual machine to boot from Hackboot 1 the first time it starts up.


Select your OS X virtual machine in the VirtualBox main menu.


Click “Start” in the toolbar and then click the CD icon at the bottom of your screen.


Click “Choose a virtual CD/DVD disk file” and select the ISO disc image of the Mountain Lion version of OS X.


Click on the main screen and press “F5” to refresh the program. An icon in the middle of your screen will now be labeled as “OS X Install DVD.”


Press the “Enter” key on your keyboard to bring up the OS X Installation screen.


Select your language and agree to the operating system’s terms. You will be taken to an installation page that gives you no hard drive installation option.


Click “Utilities” and then click “Disk Utility…” in the VirtualBox toolbar labeled OS X Installer.


Click on the VirtualBox hard drive, navigate to the Erase tab and click “Erase” to clean the virtual hard drive and allow OS X to be installed. None of your data will be lost by erasing the drive.


Close the Disk Utility window and click on the hard drive icon now in the middle of your screen.


Follow the on-screen steps to finish the OS X installation.


Click the CD icon at the bottom of your screen when the installation finishes and you see a black screen with white text. Select the Hackboot 2 ISO so your virtual machine will properly boot when you restart it.


Restart the virtual machine.


Select the Apple icon and press “Enter” on your keyboard.


Follow the final on-screen instructions to setup Mac OS X. You can now use this virtual operating system to run any Mac programs on your Windows PC.

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FindMySoft Editor's Review
AppleWin - Apple II emulator for Windows
The Apple II computer had a huge success back in 1977, but if you look at it today, you would agree that calling it rudimentary would be an understatement, especially if you compare it to modern-day Macs. AppleWin emulates the Apple II on your Windows PC, which gives you the possibility of experiencing this old system on your modern computer. It lets you work just like on a real-life Apple II, with command lines and disc-loaded programs, so you need to know a few things about the system. Whether it's nostalgia or curiosity, you can satisfy it with this lightweight application.

AppleWin's components can be extracted directly from a ZIP archive, so you don't have to go through an installation process. It doesn't require any special tools or services to run, but you will need to find some Apple II virtual discs if you want to run programs. Also, the hardware requirements are modest, so you won't encounter any performance issues.

AppleWin works like a lightweight virtual machine application, with only a few simple options. Its user interface greets you with the Apple II logo, and if you want to start working, you have to load a virtual disc with the program you want to run. You can find a sample virtual disc in AppleWin's package, and you can load it by clicking one of the buttons on the right edge of the interface and selecting the image on a standard Open dialog.

Once you load a virtual image and reboot the emulator, the software will load the program on that virtual disc. At this point, you can start typing commands and work with the loaded program just like on a real-life Apple II. The software lets you switch to full-screen mode with a single click, so you can work comfortably. Additionally, you can bring up a tabbed configurations panel with various options, for changing the color mode, input devices, sound settings, disc devices and more.

If you want to go down on Memory Lane or satisfy your curiosity about the Apple II, AppleWin will certainly satisfy your needs.

The application emulates the Apple II on your modern Windows computer. It lets you load virtual discs at a moment's notice. It also places a good amount of configuration options at your disposal.

There are no obvious drawbacks to address.

You can download AppleWin free here.

AppleWin Editor's Review Rating
AppleWin has been reviewed by Frederick Barton on 11 Feb 2019. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated AppleWin 5 out of 5 stars, naming it Essential
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Question:Q:I want to run .exe file in my macbook pro

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I want to run a .exe file on my macbook pro. Please help me with it.

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Aug 8, 2017 12:24 PM in response to harshcarbon27 In response to harshcarbon27

An .exe is an executable file for Windows so won't work on the Mac.

The fastest/easiest chance you have is to install Windows on your Mac (in a separate partition!) with BootCamp: Boot Camp - Apple Support or use an emulator like VirtualBox Oracle VM VirtualBox

Aug 8, 2017 12:24 PM

Aug 8, 2017 12:37 PM in response to harshcarbon27 In response to harshcarbon27

Depending on what kind of application this exe is for, you may even be able to use Wine or Winebottler to run it on Mac.

Run Windows-based Programs on a Mac

If it requires more complex access to windows runtime files and other windows environment things, then you will need to install Windows through Bootcamp or Virtualize it as mentioned above,

Aug 8, 2017 12:37 PM

Aug 8, 2017 1:33 PM in response to harshcarbon27 In response to harshcarbon27

To run Windows-based applications, you have a number of choices:

  1. Install Windows under Boot Camp.

    Boot Camp Support - Apple Support

  2. Create a virtual Windows machine using a Virtual Machine (VM) application, like Parallels Desktop for Mac or VMware Fusion for Mac.
  3. Use Wine or something similar if you just need to run a single app.

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Question:Q:I want to run .exe file in my macbook pro

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