If you’re on Windows, need to use OS X, but don’t want to buy or build a new computer, reader Bobby Patton shows us how to run Snow Leopard in a virtual machine on Windows with just a few tweaks.
We’ve shown you how to install Snow Leopard in VMWare, but if you haven’t purchased VMWare, you can now do it using previously mentioned, free program VirtualBox. Apart from VirtualBox, you’ll also need an OSX86 ISO. The group Hazard has put out a good patched Snow Leopard installer that should do fine (just search for it on Google). Of course, if you feel bad about downloading the ISO of Snow Leopard, you could always go buy a copy to feel a bit better, karmically.