In our previous post, we shared an easy method to How To Create macOS Catalina Bootable USB on Windows: 4 Easy Steps (+Video Tutorial). We also shared a method on How to Create a Bootable Disk of MacOS X: 2 Easy Steps using a MAC system. Today, we will dive into a much deeper method on How To Create macOS Mojave Bootable USB on Windows!

How To Create macOS Mojave Bootable USB on Windows: 4 Easy Steps (+Video Tutorial)

Apple has released Mojave in early 2019.

What are the main macOS Mojave features?

The features that Apple talked about during the conference focused on the user interface. They’ll make it easier to work with the Mac. Here’s a list of a few new features:

  • Continuity Camera – allows you to instantly run your camera on your iPhone to take photos and add a picture to a document that’s open on the Mac right now.
  • Dark mode – you can choose the type of design: standard or dark.
  • Stack is a tool for quickly grouping files and shortcuts on your desktop.
  • A dynamic desktop is a function that automatically changes your desktop image depending on the time of day.
  • Finder updates: Gallery view mode (the ability to flick through file thumbnails) display all file metadata and the “Fast Action” panel.
  • OS and Safari are more secure.

FaceTime now supports group calls (up to 32 people).

What other macOS Mojave features should I know about?

Mojave also offers many other features that can be useful.

  • Siri knows how to control HomeKit-enabled devices. And look for saved passwords.
  • Safari displays simplified system information for websites to prevent data collection to create your “portrait” and blocks items that are used on websites to track user activity.
  • In “Fast View” mode, you can now edit the document.
  • Apple Mail supports emoji and offers a folder where to move the email.
  • Increased password security – Safari automatically generates complex passwords, stores them, and stores them on sites.

The new version will still have an “Access to My Mac” feature that allows the user to remotely access other Macs.

What other apps does macOS Mojave offer?

As mentioned above, Mojave has three apps that were originally developed for iOS: Apple News, Stocks and Voice Memos. There is also a new app for managing IoT devices.

In addition, macOS Mojave store Mac App Store is completely updated, now it looks more like the iOS App Store.

How To Create macOS Mojave Bootable USB on Windows: 4 Easy Steps (+Video Tutorial)

Photo: Apple. New Mac App Store

Which computers support macOS Mojave?

  • MacBook (early 2015 and newer)
  • MacBook Air (mid 2012 and newer)
  • MacBook Pro (mid 2012 and newer)
  • Mac mini (end 2012 and newer)
  • iMac (end 2012 and newer)
  • iMac Pro (2017)
  • Mac Pro (end 2013, plus mid-2010 and mid-2012 models with recommended Metal-enabled GPU)

If your Mac isn’t on this list, you can continue to work on macOS Sierra and High Sierra.

Create macOS Mojave Bootable USB on Windows: Required Files

  1. macOS Mojave DMG file for a clean installation. (Download links have been provided below)
  2. The DMG file is around 5.36 GB, so you will need a good internet connection to download the macOS Mojave DMG file. So, here is a tool that you can use to speed up the download process. Internet Download Manager tool that will help you enhance your downloading speed. You can download the full version from below.
  3. A USB Drive (Pen-Drive or External Disk). Your USB device must be of sufficient memory for the installation.
  4. TransMac tool from Acute Systems. This tool is a Windows application that may replicate and manage folders and files around Apple drives and apparatus, such as Mac-formatted hard drives, flash drives, and other memory devices, to open and burn disk imaged .dmg along with .sparseimage documents.

How To Create macOS Mojave Bootable USB on Windows: Step by Step

This is a 4 step simple process. I have also shared a complete video tutorial on How To Create macOS Mojave Bootable USB on Windows, you can find the video at the end of this post.

NOTE: Kindly do not skip any step or the process will fail and you might end up corrupting your USB device. I crashed mine once!

Step 1: Downloading necessary files to Create macOS Mojave Bootable USB on Windows

Step 2: Install TransMac Tool on your Windows

After downloading the TransMac tool from the above links, proceed with the installation. The process is very similar to installing any other tool on your Windows. Once you have downloaded and extracted the contents from the RAR file, you will see the following contents:

Click SETUP

Open the TransMac Techrechard.com folder, and click SETUP.

And click, Next.

Click NEXT

Accept the terms and conditions.

Accept Terms and Conditions

Choose the directory for installation. You can keep it default.

Choose the directory for installation

Leave the default ticks and click Next.

And you see that within no time the setup is complete.

Step 3: Open TransMac Tool

Once the installation is over, the transmac tool will open itself. And you will see the following message.

Since we are running the trial version of TransMac, you need to wait for 10 seconds, and it will open up automatically. After 10 seconds, you can click, Run.

Now insert your pendrive, usb drive or any external disk.

No USD detected.

And click Tools, followed by Refresh drive list.

Refresh Drive list

Once you click refresh drive list, you will see your USD device attached.

USD detected

Step 4: Complete the installation

Now, right click your USB and click Restore with Disk Image.

Right Click the USB drive

Now, you will be prompted an error that you need to run TransMac using administrator access. So you simply click YES.

Click YES

Now, wait again for 10 seconds.

Now, right-click on your USB device and click Restore from Disk Image again. You will be prompted with a warning, and you can click Yes.

Now you select the Mojave DMG file that you have downloaded and upload it.

Now click OK,

Now you will get your last warning that the USD device will be formatted. You can click YES.

The restoration process will begin, and it will take around 20-30 minutes, depending upon your USB device’s speed. For me, it took around 17 minutes.

Restoring the disk

Once complete, you will see the following snapshot.

Restore is complete

Now the Restore process is complete, and you can use this USB as macOS Mojave Bootable USB. To check the contents of this USB, you will need a MAC system. If you do not have a spare MAC, no need to worry. I will show you the contents of this USB created.

NOTE: This USB will not work on Windows anymore. If you plug it again on your desktop, it will ask you to format the drive. So do not worry. The contents of this USB will be visible only on a MAC system.

Contents of the USB

As you can see the contents of the USB device. Now, you can use this as a macOS Mojave Bootable USB.

After this process is complete, you can use this USB to install macOS Mojave on your MAC system using the BIOS mode. You simply need to boot your MAC using this USB device at startup.

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Conclusion: How To Create macOS Mojave Bootable USB on Windows

How To Create macOS Mojave Bootable USB on Windows: Final Words

I hope you have enjoyed this article and have successfully created macOS Mojave Bootable USB on Windows. If you find any issues, you can leave your comments below. I have also created a complete video tutorial that you use and learn How To Create macOS Mojave Bootable USB on Windows below.

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