Apple has announced the macOS Sierra as the next version of Mac system software. From Siri integration, a revamped Apple music application and much more, macOS 10.12 Sierra Final, coming this fall, brings a whole bunch of amazing features. Apple announced this next version of Mac as is a tradition in the WWDC. With the Sierra, Siri will make its debut on a Mac and has new capabilities that have been designed for the desktop. This is the only way to make the Mac smarter, and you get hands-free access to your machine. Sierra will also help you shop more securely from online stores and with the new file system, you can now get and free up valuable space.
The VMware player, virtualisation software for the x64 based computer that uses Windows. You can run macOS Sierra Final on VMware on Windows. This player uses the same virtualization core like the VMware workstation, even though the workstation is not free and has more features than the Player. VMware Player is available for non-commercial use and can be seen as free.
Steps to Install macOS Sierra on VMware on Windows
Step 1: Download macOS Sierra on Mac App Store
However, if you already installed macOS Sierra, you can re-download a macOS Sierra installer in Mac App Store. Unfortunately, if you search the Mac App Store from Sierra, you will be disappointed because the Sierra installer no longer exists. The Apple support community keeps upgrading to more compatible and secure mac OS versions. Still, your worries are over because if you follow the steps below, you can download macOS Sierra.
First click and follow this link to download macOS Sierra. Click on the "Get" button, that will automatically redirect to the Software Update control panel. Then click the Download button, and macOS Sierra will download into your mac.
Step 2: Create a macOS Sierra ISO File
You can then locate file labeled as "macOS Sierra" in the Applications folder of your Mac. If you further want to create an Sierra ISO file, you must first move your "macOS Sierra.app" to Application Folder. You will then identify the Terminal, which you can find in Applications > Utilities.
# Mount DMG Installer to macOS
hdiutil attach /Applications/Install\ macOS\ Sierra.app/Contents/SharedSupport/InstallESD.dmg -noverify -nobrowse -mountpoint /Volumes/Install
# Create a DMG Disk
hdiutil create -o /tmp/sierra -size 7900m -volname sierra -layout SPUD -fs HFS+J
# Mount Sierra.dmg disk to your macOS
hdiutil attach /tmp/sierra.dmg -noverify -mountpoint /Volumes/sierra
# Create macOS Sierra Installer Disk
# Convert DMG Disk to ISO File
hdiutil convert /tmp/sierra.dmg -format UDTO -o /tmp/sierra
# Move ISO File to Desktop
mv /tmp/sierra.cdr ~/Desktop/sierra.iso
Step 3: Install VMware Player and Patch Tool
VMware Player is free for download here. Open it and install on your Window PC.
With Patch tool by DDork. Right click on "win-install" and select "Run as administrator".
Step 4: Create New Virtual Machine
Open your VMware Player, click on "create a new virtual machine" with Guest OS is Mac OS X and version 10.11 or 10.12.
In this step, select your Virtual Machine location (VMX Folder) and Virtual Disk Size (40 - 100 GB).
Step 5: Edit Your Virtual Machine
In VMware virtual list, select your virtual machine and click on "Edit virtual machine". Set up your RAM with "50% of real RAM" and 2 core of CPU.
In CD/DVD tabs, click on "Browse" button and open your Sierra.iso file. Click "Ok" to save your virtual machine.
Step 6: Edit VMX File
Open VMX Folder location (in step 4). Right click on "vmware virtual machine configuration" file and select "Open with". Then click on “More Apps” and Open this file with “Notepad”.
Add this code to your configuration file: smc.version = "0".
Step 7: Install macOS Sierra on VMware Player
Turn on your virtual machine in VMware, wait about 5 min to enter your Boot Screen. Then, open Disk utility. Format your VMware Virtual Disk with "Mac OS Extended" and "GUID Partition Map". And you can install macOS Sierra on your Virtual Disk.
Waiting about 20 min. After your installation is completed and you can create a new account for your Mac.