mac programs on win 7

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  1. Cydiaia

    Cydiaia Banned

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    is there a way i can get mac applications and programs on windows 7?
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    Chicken Retired Moderator

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    No, you can't.
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    No, because Mac apps are written exclusively in Cocoa or Carbon, which are Mac OS X unique API's.
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    not even on linux?
    or any other *NIX?
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    Only if it was compiled for POSIX. And those are only shell programs you run in the terminal, like wget or subversion.
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    that dose suck though they have crossover for mac someone should make a program for windows like crossover
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    Hackintosh is the only way to run mac on pc
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    In a way yes.

    Unless you count a Hackintosh Virtual Machine

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