What is macOS Ventura?
MacOS Ventura is the latest operating system from Apple, released in 2020. It builds on past versions of MacOS and provides a number of new features and benefits to users.
Benefits of macOS Ventura over previous versions?
MacOS Ventura has a number of improvements over previous versions of MacOS, including an all-new design, improved performance, and enhanced security features. It also includes several new apps, such as Music, TV, Podcasts, and News, that make it easier to discover and enjoy content. Additionally, the new Sidecar feature allows users to extend their Mac desktop to their iPad, enabling them to use their iPad as a second display. For older versions of MacOS, MacOS Ventura brings many advantages, including faster performance and a more secure experience. It also provides additional features and enhancements, such as a new Photos app with powerful editing tools and improved organization, plus access to iCloud Drive for easy storage and sharing of files. Plus, with support for the latest hardware, MacOS Ventura ensures a top-notch user experience.
VMware Workstation Pro
This installation uses VM Workstation Pro on Windows 10 PC. If you are looking to install the application, you will need to ensure your PC supports virtualization, has at least 4 available cores, and 8 GB of RAM. For more details on the installation process, check out How to Install Windows 10 on VMware Workstation Pro.
How to Install macOS Ventura in VMWare
What to try installing this yourself? You can Download macOS Ventura ISO file here and install it on VMware Workstation Pro.
Thanks for the video, it’s very infomative.
Question: Once you’ve tweaked VMware Workstation with the Unlock utility and created your macOS VM, can that VM be moved to and run on a PC running an untweaked installation of VMware Workstation?
In other words, is the Unlock utility simply needed to trick VMware Workstation to present macOS as an OS choice option during the creation of the VM?
Thanks for your help.
Hey Dan, From what I read on GitHub, it appears the changes are permanent and cannot be reverted. I don’t believe there is any negative effect to other OS once this change has been made. Here is the direct link