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starrynights895299131dHow'd the hackintosh work out for you? I've been interested in the idea but never tried it.
Amethyst, Homebrew & Alfred 2 are my favorite "apps" on my Mac.
Hyper.sh & iTerm might be worth a look.
It's a pretty good environment for development.
Plus Adobe software is natively supported.
However the OpenGL is old as dirt.
- it'll get replaced by Apple's Metal in next release tho.
Lennerd535131d@starrynights89 I also have a Hackintosh and it is pretty stable. Updates can be a bit difficult, Nvidia drivers need to be installed manually after every update but that's easy enough.
I am not a Mac user thought, I installed it besides Windows and Linux 'cause I can.
So I didn't even chose my hardware to run a Hackintosh.
If you can get your hand on a macOS installer and have a spare harddrive/SSD then just give it a try.
Dacexi13907131d@starrynights89 I haven't used it enough yet to form a solid opinion but first impressions are really good! I didn't build this PC specifically as a hackintosh, just decided to try out macOS and it worked just fine. Installation was flawless (even though I fucked up by forgetting network drivers)
pitzyrulz225131dlong time hackintosh user, with 1year+ work env on full linux. the difference is huge: no crashes, no memory leaks, apps dead-on easy install (no weird dependencies), smooth graphics (bonus: there's a synergy between UI of apps), MUCH MUCH better bluetooth support.
for everything else there homebrew, macports and last but not least virtual machine :P
perfectdark2870130dMmmmmmm I like your hardwares
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