Install macOS Mojave on PC

In addition to more limited hardware support, later versions of the macOS do not run 32-bit apps at all, so macOS 10.14 "Mojave" could be preferable if you have older software. 
A number of useful tutorials for Mojave include:

Install macOS Mojave on Supported PCs with Clover - How to create a macOS Mojave installation USB from the famous tonymacx86 using the site's own Clover application. The site also has troubleshooting help, how to install third-party kexts, and covers the macOS 10.14.1, 10.14.2, 10.14.3, 10.14.3 (Supplemental), 10.14.4, 10.14.5, 10.14.6, 10.14.6 (Supplemental), and 10.14.6 (Supplemental 2) updates, too.

Install macOS Mojave on Supported PCs with UniBeast - How to install and configure macOS Mojave with UniBeast and MultiBeast, also from tonymacx86.

Create a macOS Mojave 10.14 USB Installer - How to create an install drive from the macOS Mojave 10.14 application from iDownloadBlog.

Format a Drive with GUID for Mojave Installation - How to format a drive to install macOS 10.14 Mojave from the well-respected Mac Observer.

Install macOS Mojave Step-by-Step - If the "official" guide wasn't sufficient, this step-by-step guide to install macOS 10.14 Mojave from newcomer TechHowdy may help.

Install macOS Mojave on VirtualBox in Windows - How to install macOS 10.14 Mojave in the VirtualBox virtualization environment for testing on a Windows PC.

Touchscreen Hackintosh Laptop Install - How to make an HP laptop into a Hackintosh with Clover and a variety of other tools.

Asus Gaming Hackintosh - An "everything works" guide for an Asus Z390-I-based Hackintosh geared toward gaming.

Update Directly to macOS Mojave - Covers how to upgrade directly from macOS High Sierra to macOS Mojave.

Keep Mojave Hackintosh Up-to-Date - A straightforward method to update from version to version of Mojave courtesy of Dave Jansen.

Note that official hardware support for macOS 10.14 "Mojave" is more limited than it is for macOS 10.13 "High Sierra" that preceded it. Be particularly certain to verify hardware and app compatibility before upgrading an older Hackintosh to this version of the operating system or buying parts for a new one.


This helpful video offers easy-to-follow instructions to install macOS Mojave on a compatible PC: