Apple has released the final version of Mac OS Sierra for all the compatible Apple Mac computers. But if you are a Windows user, then you can also make your Windows PC look like Mac OS Sierra. It won’t be the same thing as using a Mac computer, but you can have a taste of what the latest version of Mac OS feels like. With the help of the Mac OS Sierra transformation pack, you can give the Mac OS looks to your Windows 10, 8.1 or 7 PC. The transformation pack contains only some of the customization files and you have to them in conjunction with a software called Samurize.
Here is how you can go about transforming Windows into looking a little like Mac OS Sierra:
- Download and install Samurize in Windows. You can download Samurize from http://filehippo.com/download_samurize/. Since Samurize is very outdated application, you will have to run it in compatibility mode. For this, you can right-click on Samurize setup file samurize_1.64.3_2.exe, select Properties, select Compatibility tab, and choose Windows Vista compatibility mode before running this setup file.
- If you have 64-bit version of Windows then during the installation, change the folder to C:\Program Files\Samurize and then proceed with the installation.
- Download the customization file suited to your screen resolution from https://onedrive.live.com. For example, if your screen resolution is 1360×768, then download Sierra1360.rar,if your screen resolution is 1280×720, then download Sierra1280.rar and so on.
- Use 7-zip to extract the contents of the downloaded RAR archive. Replace the contents of C:\Program Files\Samurize with the contents of the Samurize folder found inside the RAR archive. You will need administrator rights for this.
- Inside the C:\Program Files\Samurize, right-click on the Client.exe and choose Run as administrator.
- Now you can enjoy the look and feel of Mac OS Sierra in your Windows PC as long as the Samurize client.exe is running in your PC.
Conclusion: Mac OS Sierra is the latest version of Apple’s flagship operating system. But as a Windows PC user, you can also have a little taste of Mac OS Sierra without having to buy a new Apple computer.