Install VMware Tools on MacOS Mojave using VMware
Let’s know about How to Install VMware Tools on MacOS Mojave using VMware, well, if your MacOS Mojave 10.14 has been installed successfully on VMware on windows then after that, you will need to do one more task which is VMware tools. for example, if you want to install the more operating system on your PC then on that time you will need to install VMware tools in order to not face any kind of windows issues. moreover, if you install MacOS Mojave on Virtualbox on Windows or you have to install MacOS Mojave on VMware on windows, and you are getting into MacOS Mojave, besides that, you want to use its features and function then hands down, you will need to install Vmware Tools like a driver.
If you want to get know more about MacOS Mojave then I recommend you to install MacOS Mojave beta version on any virtualization software such as VMware and Virtualbox, as a guest machine on your computer. however, you can download MacOS Mojave freely from this link. as you know every company of the operating system is trying to give something good to their users.
MacOS Mojave Current Version
You might be looking about what is the current version of MacOS Mojave, hands down, every Mac user wants to know about its new version or current version. well, the current version of MacOS Mojave is 10.14.4 and it has the best features and functions, and it is consist of high-quality, high-graphics and second-to-none performance. although, if you want to give it a try so you can do it with Virtualization software like VMware and Virtualbox. therefore I will provide the article link below so you can install MacOS Mojave on VMware and Virtualbox.
Install VMware Tools on MacOS Mojave
In order to install VMware tools on MacOS Mojave, at first, you will need to install MacOS Mojave on VMware perfectly then after that, you can do it.
Step 1. at the first step, open VMware and launch MacOS Mojave.
Step 2. While you get the MacOS Mojave screen then go to Taskbar -> VM and click on Install VMware tools.
Step 3. after that, you will see the pop-up window of VMware tools, so, select and double-click on Install VMware Tools.
Step 4. once you have clicked then the install VMware tools wizard will pop-up, so in here you don’t need to do something, just Continue.
Step 5. in here, click the Install button after that, click the Continue Installation. remember it will take a while to complete the process.
Step 6. to install Vmware tool you will need to provide your username and Password. so, type your name and password then click the Install Software.
Step 7. wait a while to complete the installation process.
Step 8. ok, the installation has been done, so now, it will ask you to restart the Guest Operating system. therefore, click the Restart button.
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System Preferences Security & Privacy of MacOS Mojave
Step 9. while your guest machine restarted then again provide your username and password.
Step 10. now you will need some more settings for Vmware tools, so, go to System Preferences and click the Security and Privacy.
Step 11. in this step, you will see an option which is Allow Click on that, after that, click the Lock Icon then provide your password, afterward, the extension will unblock automatically.
Step 12. now you are all reserved with block extension, therefore, go to VM on the taskbar and click the Reinstall Vmware tools and complete the Vmware Tool installation again with the above steps.
Step 13. while the installation has been done successfully then simply click the Restart button.
Step 14. while, you restarted then now you are able to do lots of task inside MacOS Mojave 10.14. such as, you will have full quality, full-screen resolution and many more.
That’s all, you have learned how to install VMware tools on MacOS Mojave using VMware. so I hope you get whatever I mentioned here. so follow the above instructions and if you face any problems then feel free to ask me.