Running Mac OS X on a Hackintosh is great, but most people still need to use Windows every now and them. That's where dual-booting comes in. Dual-booting is the process of installing both Mac OS X and Windows on your computer, so that you can choose between the two when your Hackintosh starts. In this guide, we're going to show you how to set up your Hackintosh to simultaneously boot Windows and OS X El Capitan (currently the newest version of Mac OS X, as of March 2016). To do this, we will be installing the two operating systems on separate hard disks, which is the easiest and most hassle-free method.