OS X 10.9 Developer Preview.app or the
InstallESD.dmg with DMG Extractor and install your Mavericks 10.9 OS X on Windows now!
You are on a Windows machine and want to test the new Mavericks OS X (named after a famous surf break in Half Moon Bay, California)? Why not doing it today or bookmark this article for later?
The Mac OS X Developer Preview (DP) Mavericks is available to be downloaded from Apple's website by registered developers.
The OS X Mavericks 10.9 Developer Preview comes in a DMG Apple archive and cannot be accessed on Windows PCs, unless you have the DMG Extractor to extract the files from the DMG archive. Get your free DMG Extractor!
Install OS X Mavericks on Windows with virtual machine software
OS X Mavericks on Windows with myHack
Installing Mac OS on a non-Mac PC is a very difficult task, even for technical users. MacBreaker offers a complete myHack guide on how to do that, so enjoy and best of luck!
More helpful instructions and tutorials on Hackintosh official website.
Mavericks and VWware on a Windows 7 or Windows 8 host OS
Sysprobs presents an instructive way of making your OS X 10.9 VMDK bootable in VMware and how to boot Mavericks with Windows 7 or Windows 8. Check the guide here.
Run Mac OS X Mavericks in Parallels Desktop 8 Virtual Machine
"Installing OS X 10.9 Mavericks Developer Preview in a blank virtual machine is not supported at this time."
But Parallels offers a complete KB article on how to upgrade an OS X Virtual Machine to OS x Mavericks Developer Preview by simply creating a snapshot of an existing virtual machine and installing Mavericks on that.
Don't want to run Mavericks on a virtual machine but want Mavericks UI on Windows 8?
If you simply fancy the new Mavericks User Interface look but don't want to deal with virtual machines or change your Windows 8 OS, why not bring the Mac OS X look to your Windows 8?
Adopt the Mavericks look on your Windows 8 with the new Mavericks skin pack. Download here.
Important! We recommend backing up before installing the Mavericks skin pack as it modifies system files to change the look.
☆ You can revert at any time to your Windows 8 original look by uninstalling the Mavericks skin pack.
Have you used different virtual machines to boot your Mac OS X on Windows? Or you have tips and tricks on how you can easily get the OS X 10.9 Mavericks Developer Preview on a virtual machine? Share them below!