Please note that I won’t work on DiskMaker X anymore, as explained here. However, if you liked to use DiskMaker X in the past years and still want to show some token of gratitude, you can still send a donation.

DiskMaker X is donationware. If you like it, you can make a small (or huge 😉 ) donation using PayPal :

If you hate Paypal, but still want to show your support, you can also pay with Bitcoins by sending money to my wallet : 1MWczgZ5Q9MayPt4DR9vCFTwz74686AkV4

If both solution are not an option for you, please get in touch so we can find a solution.

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  1. […] latest version of Diskmaker X app, available here. This app is free to download, but the creator accepts donations if you want to support his […]

  2. […] Schachtel. Ganz bestimmt aber würde sich Guillaume Gète, der Autor von DiskMaker X, über eine kleine Spende freuen. Und die hat er auf jeden Fall verdient, denn mit dem Tool lässt sich so ein Start-Stick […]

  3. […] X è invece una utility gratuita (gli sviluppatori accettano donazioni, nda) che vi permetterà di preparare in maniera del tutto automatica la chiave USB così che possa […]

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  6. […] Version 1.0:Note: While the software is classified as free, it is actually donationware. Please consider making a donation to help support development. […]

  7. […] DiskMaker X Pro can be downloaded and used free of charge, but you are invited to make a donation. […]

  8. […] For already quite some macOS versions you don’t get or buy a physical macOS installation medium, but offers Apple the possibility to download a version of macOS via the App Store and then you can install a new version via the downloaded package. But this assumes you have a working system. But sometimes you don’t have a working system and no possibility to download a macOS installation package. Or what if there is an internet connection problem? Isn’t it safer and more convenient to have for example a USB (or Thunderbolt) drive with a version of macOS that you can boot from to start the installation process? Well there are multiple ways to create a bootable macOS installation drive. One of the options is via a relatively simple command line via the Terminal. In a future article I will explain how to create a bootable drive via a Terminal command, but in this article I want to show a more user friendly and less tech savvy way. DiskMaker is in my opinion the best and most simple app to create a bootable macOS drive and the nice thing is that it is absolutely free. But I think that a nice application like this deserves some love for the creator, so if you feel the same, think about a small donation and go to […]